HAZUS-MH from FEMA
Developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Hazards U.S. Multi-Hazard (HAZUS-MH) is a nationally standardized methodology and software program that contains models for estimating potential losses from natural disasters.
HAZUS-MH works with Esri ArcGIS software to map and display hazard data. It allows users to estimate the impacts of hurricane winds, floods, and earthquakes
Government agencies as well as private sector organizations can order HAZUS-MH from FEMA free of charge.
With HAZUS-MH training, you'll realize the full potential of HAZUS and be ready when natural disasters affect your community.
Esri HAZUS-MH Training
Esri HAZUS-MH Web courses help jump-start your knowledge and skills without you leaving your desk, and they are free or reasonably priced. Find web courses for HAZUS-MH.
HAZUS-MH Web Course Series Helps Mitigate Natural Disaster
FEMA HAZUS-MH Training
FEMA HAZUS-MH training courses provide instruction in the loss estimation process; how to use HAZUS results for mitigation, comprehensive planning, response, and recovery activities; data management; and useful GIS concepts. For more information, visit FEMA HAZUS Training.