Whether caused by hurricanes, tropical or winter storms, or by some other natural or man-made event, flooding represents a significant exposure to property and life in the US particularly in our coastal states. In 2018, Hawai'i had three Presidentially declared disasters related to flooding.
Insurance agents play an important role in helping homeowners, business owners, and renters understand and assess their risk and ensuring they have the right type and amount of insurance to help protect their property. This 3-1/2 hours workshop will be taught by FEMA Region IX Flood Insurance Specialist, Edie Lohmann. She will cover important topics such as:
- NFIP Background (Roles, Responsibilities, & Legislation)
- How the NFIP Works & Disaster Assistance
- Community Participation & Program Phases
- Types of Exposures – Flood Zones
- Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs)
- Hawai'i Flood Hazard Assessment Tool (FHAT)
- Flood Insurance Policies and Products
- Basic Elements of Rating
- Elevation Certificates
- Claims: Filing a Claim, Appeals
- Looking Forward – NFIP Transformation
Seating is limited. So don’t delay and reserve your seat today. Target audience for this workshop is for: Insurance Agents, Realtors, and Lenders.
When: Thursday, August 15, 2019
Where: Ala Moana Hotel (Garden Lanai Room)
Time: 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM (Registration begins at 8:00 AM)
Parking: $6 for up to 8 hours Self Parking at Ala Moana Hotel (w/validation)
Questions? call event coordinator Kristen Akamine at (808) 587-0281.