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Resources for AIA Components

When disasters strike, the most effective response and recovery efforts are coordinated at the local level. The AIA Disaster Assistance and Resilience program relies on AIA State and Local Component engagement to be most effective and has a network of Disaster Assistance Coordinators in states throughout the US. Without the dedicated volunteers who seek out training and build relationships with emergency managers, the AIA would be incapable of responding during times of crisis.


AIA Disaster Assistance Guides for Components

A Handbook written by AIA Central States Region as a tool for other components.


Related:
A Checklist for AIA Components

seeking to establish a new Disaster Assistance Network.

 


Good Samaritan Legislation

Depending on your state’s laws, architects may be exposed to liability for volunteering their services. Find out more about legislation to limit liability.

 

Disaster Assistance Training

The AIA Disaster Assistance Committee supports California’s Safety Assessment Program as its preferred standard of training.


To find out more or get assistance organizing a training session, contact the Disaster Assistance Program at AIA National.

 

Disaster Assistance Case Studies

A selection of case studies that demonstrate the various response and recovery work architects have been
engaged in through the AIA and allied organizations.

 

 

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