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The international emergency management forum - 3rd annual conference of the International Emergency Management Society (TIEMS) China chapter

  • Type: Meeting or Conference
  • Date: 10-13 Jul 2012
  • Location: China (Guangzhou)
  • Venue: Guangdong building 309 Mid Dongfeng Road Guangzhou
  • Language: English


The mission of the conference is to strengthen the cross-border cooperation and cross-sector interaction in China emergency management. This conference will invite the leaders, experts and scholars from government departments and emergency management institutions to carry out extensive and in-depth discussions and exchanges of latest concepts, methods and techniques in prevention and preparedness, monitoring and early warning, response and rescue as well as recovery and reconstruction for all kinds of emergencies and demonstrate the latest achievements in the field of emergency management and public safety.

Additional information


What is included in the event fee

• Pre-conference training: RMB 1,600/person (Group package: 1,400/person if 5 persons or more) -- includes course handouts and meals for July 10-11
• Annual conference: RMB 1,000/person (Group package: 800/person if 5 persons or more) -- includes full set of conference materials and meals for the full day of July 12 and the morning of July 13
• Pre-conference training + annual conference package: RMB 2,100/person (Group package: 1,900/person if 5 persons or more) -- includes all items listed in pre-conference training and annual conference

Target audience

Leaders, experts and scholars from government departments and emergency management institutions

How to register

Please go to the TIEMS website



  • Themes:Capacity Development, Disaster Risk Management, Early Warning, Recovery
  • Countries/Regions:China

  • Short URL:http://preventionweb.net/go/27478

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