US Levee Safety Coalition 2018-2019 Webinar Series

The US Levee Safety Coalition in cooperation with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is pleased to present a series of free live webinars on levee safety in the United States. Following the successful rollout of the International Levee Handbook via webinar, we are excited to announce our next series of webinars designed to share best practices and disseminate information, and to facilitate a dialogue between federal partners and levee stakeholders, consultants, contractors and others in the levee safety industry.


 

Upcoming Webinar Topics and Dates

Additional Webinar Series topics and dates to be announced soon. Please watch this space.


 

Archived Webinar Topics (click on the link for additional information and recordings of the webinars)

First Webinar in the Series - “US Army Corps of Engineers, Levee Portfolio Report”

Second Webinar in the Series - "USACE 2018 Supplemental Funding"


 

The US Levee Safety Coalition is a group of national professional organizations that have joined together to support and advance levee safety in the United States of America.  Coalition members include the following:

American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)

American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)

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Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO)

Deep Foundations Institute (DFI)

National Association of Flood and Stormwater Management Agencies (NAFSMA)

United States Society on Dams (USSD).

The coalition is committed to the common cause of preserving and protecting public safety, life and property through the responsible engineering design, construction, operation, maintenance, including as-needed removal, and management of the United States levee infrastructure. The coalition strongly supports the establishment of a National Levee Safety Program and works with other professional organizations, local, state and federal government flood management agencies such as USACE and FEMA on promoting good engineering practices, sound public policy and increased awareness and education within communities of practice and the public.

Special thanks to our sustaining members