The The Earthquake Expo California logo

Sept 27 & 28 | 2023

Anaheim, CA

The Flood Expo California

The Flood Expo

The Heat & Fire Expo California

The Heat & Fire Expo

The Storm Expo California

The Storm Expo

Theater 3

Seminar Theaters are some of the most prominent features of The Natural Disaster Expo. With over 200 seminars expected to be delivered at the event, attendees can discover valuable insights and industry knowledge on what’s been happening in disaster prep, management, and recovery to advance their professional capabilities.

    • Wednesday

      Henry Sienema, MA, AIIC, SBA: Speaking in the Theater 3

      11.00 - 11.30

      Henry Sienema, MA, AIIC, SBA
      Case Strategies Group, LLC

      The Evolving World of Property Insurance and Climate Change

      The seminar will discuss the historical responses of the insurance industry to changes in world economics, the evolution of industry and society, and how the insurance industry may respond to climate changes. Mr. Sienema will use historical examples to illustrate the role property insurance has played in other events and the interplay with natural disaster agencies. The roles of insurers and reinsurers, transfer of risk, adaptation to climate changes, and evolving roles of the insurance industry and government will be discussed using real claim examples.

      Shannon Sentell, PhD: Speaking in the Theater 3

      11.45 - 12.15

      Shannon Sentell, PhD
      Stealth Power

      Mobile Power Solutions for Disaster Response

      Mobile power solutions are an essential technology when disaster strikes and the grid is down and/or fuel supplies are limited. See the latest technologies that are direct replacements for the grid or fuel-based generators that aid first responders and government agencies with reliable and scalable mobile power.

      Frank Lipski: Speaking in the Theater 3

      12.30 - 13.00

      Frank Lipski
      Sims U Share

      Building a realistic simulation training program for your agency

      This presentation will provide real-world examples of simulation training for emergency responders. Attendees will learn how to implement a successful training program at their agency. The presentation will cover sim creation, deployment & continuing education options for any size agency.

      Linh Tran: Speaking in the Theater 3

      13.15 - 13.45

      Linh Tran

      The Big Trend in Whole-home Energy Management

      Solar energy provides some energy independence, but there are limitations. To gain true energy freedom, households need a whole-home energy management system that includes batteries. This talk will describe such a system, how it helps the homeowner, and what installers and other partners need to know to about those systems to increase market penetration.

      Jason Witmier: Speaking in the Theater 3

      14.00 - 14.30

      Jason Witmier
      United Safety & Survivability

      Air and Surface Purification

      Technologies on the market that provide air purification and surface disinfection along with protection against future contamination.

      Antonio Cugini: Speaking in the Theater 3

      14.45 - 15.15

      Antonio Cugini
      Foxfury Lighting Solutions

      Don’t be Left in the Dark

      Lighting is often an afterthought. Come learn how portable scene lighting and drone mounted spotlights save valuable time and lives at incident command, shelters, portable hospitals and mapping / documentation missions.  

      Nagi Alsubai: Speaking in the Theater 3

      15.30 - 16.00

      Nagi Alsubai
      Humanity for Relief and Development

      Sustainability for Humanitarian Crises and Disasters in the East

      Famine, war, conflict, poverty and natural disasters in Eastern countries continue to rise as their resources dwindle, making their crises increasingly dire. In order to develop sustainable projects for self-sufficiency and long term stability, it will take more than just simple project construction. Understanding, initiative and empathy are also key to constructing sustainable relationships to save lives.