Welcome to the All Hazards Consortium
The All Hazards Consortium (AHC) is a state sanctioned non-profit organization focused on
expediting getting business back to business in support of community and economic resilience. The AHC includes thousands of stakeholders at all levels of government and the private sector, representing over 60+million citizens and a significant percentage of the nation’s critical infrastructure. For more information on the AHC, please click here.
New Radio Program at WTOP -
Disaster Resilience in America
Disaster Resilience for America showcases the efforts of all levels of government and critical infrastructure operators to make our nation safer in the face of man-made or natural threats. This show will focus on areas of interest including: disaster planning, preparation, response, recovery, security, and technological innovations and social media usage for emergency response. Join hosts Tom Moran and Tim Karney to explore the importance of disaster preparedness.
The radio show airs on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:00pm ET.
The AHC is on iTunes
The AHC along with its partner the All Hazards Emergency Network have partnered on a series of podcast interviews. The All Hazards Emergency Network (AHEN) was created to allow Public and Private Sector Emergency Management stakeholders to share their insights, ideas and best practices. To Learn more click here.
AHC In the News
Hughes to Provide Data Services for All Hazards Consortium Published November 13, 2014 / Hughes Network Systems has signed up to provide data sharing services for the All Hazards Consortium to help disseminate real-time information to disaster managers, emergency response leaders and first responders in cooperation. Learn More...
Press Release, 11/2014
Hughes, the All Hazards Consortium and the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group Announce a Strategic Data Sharing Partnership. Learn more.....
Hughes, the All Hazards Consortium and the Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group Announce a Strategic Data Sharing Partnership Lessons Learned from SuperStorm Sandy Response Activities to Aid in Future Disaster Preparedness and Response. Lean more...
Recent Products and Publications
Large Power Transformers and the U.S. Electric Grid Report (June 2012)
The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability has released the "Large Power Transformers and the U.S. Electric Grid" report, an assessment of the procurement and supply environment of large power transformers (LPTs). The report examines the characteristics and procurement of LPTs, including key raw materials and transportation; historical trends and future demands; global and domestic LPT suppliers; and potential issues in the global sourcing of LPTs. To view the full report, click on the picture to the left.
Natural Gas and Oil Infrastructure Resilience Report (December 2014)
This report from the National Petroleum Council (NPC), entitled "Enhancing Emergency Preparedness for Natural Disasters", reviewed reports from recent natural disasters and collected insights through focused discussions with more than 100 experts and emergency response professionals from federal, state, and local governments, trade associations, industry, and non-government organizations. To view the full report, click on the picture to the left.
The Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group produced a new report based on outcomes from a multi-state and multi-sector "integrated planning" workshop focused on expediting information sharing between private and public sectors during disasters. This Workshop was designed to support the development of a regional “information sharing” based exercise drill (CATEX 2014) involving the multiple states and cities and the electric, food and fuel/petroleum sectors for the purpose of accelerating public and private sector response and recovery activities along the East Coast. To view the full report, click on the picture to the left.
The All Hazards Consortium produced a white paper report focused on the need for "operational alignment" between the electric sector's operational components, the states and various federal agencies. It calls out recommendations that leverage regional public-private partnerships around the nation. To view the full report, click on the picture to the left.