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Day 1

June 29, 2022

Session 1:

Registration - Breakfast and Visit with Exhibitors


Visit Exhibitors

Welcome and Introduction
Coast Guard Great Lakes Center of Expertise for Oil Spill Response
Session 3:
breakout sessions
Ingham County Hazardous Material Team
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) Emergency Response Division: Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA) and Endangered Species Index (ESI) updates

Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development's (MDARD)   Spill Response Program - Technical advisors for agricultural spills

Michigan Coastal Management Program Pathway to Resilience
Session 4:
Lunch / Visit exhibitors
Session 5:
Breakout sessions
Benton Harbor I-94 Business Loop Flood Mitigation Due to High Lake Levels
Regional and National Response Team Overview
Michigan Debris and Hazardous Material Staging and Disposal Rules and Requirements
Session 6:
Break / Visit exhibitors
breakout sessions
Emergency Action Plans – Don’t Panic: Be Prepared 
Spill Modeling Tools on Land and in Water for Oil and Chemicals
Electroplating "Green Ooze" Site on I-696 Response and Long-term Recovery
Session 7:
breakout sessions
Decoding Tier ll Reports and Emergency Planning under SARA Title lll
Threats and Opportunities – Intensifying Coordination and Crisis Communications Efforts in 2022 and Beyond
A Case Study of a Biocide Release into a Stream
Networking Reception with exhibitors

Day 2 June 30, 2022

Session 9:
7:30 - 8:30

Registration and Breakfast and Visit with Exhibitors


Opening Plenary -

breakout sessions
Simulating a Dam Breach Evacuation for Risk Informed Decision Making
CHEMTREC’s Role During Hazmat and Environmental Emergencies
Air Quality Division's Role in Emergency Response
Session 12:
breakout sessions
Planning for Natural Disaster Debris to Increase Community Resiliency
Climate Driven Disasters – Role of State & Local Health Departments PART 1 
DNR Wildland Fire Response 
Flat Rock Gasoline Release and Recovery
Session 13:
Lunch / Visit exhibitors


Session 16:
Breakout sessions
Climate Driven Disasters – Role of State & Local Health Departments PART 2
Crisis Playbook- Coordination and Accountability
Gladwin County Dam Failure Response and Recovery
Session 16:
Breakout sessions
EOP, EOC, ICS, Oh My! How to Incorporate all Subject Matter Experts into the Process 
Chemical Security and the First Responder
Response to Lithium Battery Emergencies
Session 16:
Breakout sessions
Hazardous Waste Contingency Planning & Training - Are you prepared for an emergency?
PFAS Response & Investigations in Northern Kent County
EPA’s Disaster Debris Recovery Tool
Session 17:
Conference Adjourns



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