5th Australasian Hazards Management Conference
The Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference is an annual international conference
which seeks to provide a forum within the
Australasian region to discuss the integration
of hazard information into effective risk
management of natural hazards.
Date: 18 – 21 July 2011
Venue: Gold Coast, Australia
This year the conference will be held during the New Zealand school holidays, should families wish to travel together to the Gold Coast.
The theme of this year’s conference is “Major Events, Major Impacts”
With the major disasters that have occurred within the Australasian region and around the world since the last conference, this year’s conference will be an important forum to explore how we conduct research into such devastating hazards. The conference includes sessions on a range of natural disaster management issues, including:
As with previous conferences, the audience for the 2011 conference includes:
The 2011 conference will take the following format:
The Australasian Natural Hazards Management Conference remains one of the most cost-effective emergency management conferences.
Fees for 2011 will be as follows:
Numbers for this year’s conference will be strictly limited.
As per previous conferences, an early bird discount (20%) will apply for registrations received prior to 30 May 2011; and bonafide fulltime students will also qualify for discounts on all fees (50%).
Presenters of workshops and papers will again be eligible to participate in workshops or the conference for free on the day of their presentation.
For more information on Costs and Conference Registration, download the 2011 Conference brochure PDF.
Registration and Contact Details
Applications for registration should be made on the registration form (PDF).
Further information on costs, discounts, cancellations, and childcare is available in the 2011 Conference brochure PDF.
If you have any questions regarding this year’s conference, please do not hesitate to contact [email protected].