Training & Conferences


PSSI Membership Meeting – June 11, 2020

Our regular membership meeting will be June 11, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. This will be an online meeting, and those wishing to attend and that have not already rec’d an invite should email wapss2017@gmail.com. 

Agenda for this meeting will be our normal round table discussion, PSSI board updates, followed by training; Geo Fencing. Also, a discussion concerning COVID-19.


PSSI Membership Meeting – Aug 13, 2020

Our regular membership meeting will be August 13, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. This will be an online meeting, and those wishing to attend and that have not already rec’d an invite should email wapss2017@gmail.com. 

Agenda for this meeting will be our normal round table discussion, PSSI board updates, followed by training; Earthquake Damage Assessment is a one-hour course designed to provide familiarity with earthquake damage to residential and commercial property. The presentation presents an introduction to the nature of earthquakes, their specific causes, and the types of resulting damage. It also discusses earthquake damage assessment and provides concepts for retrofitting and repair of damage. By Save White, P.E., Rimkus Consulting Group


PSSI Membership Meeting – November 12, 2020

Our regular membership meeting will be November 11, 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. This will be an online meeting, and those wishing to attend and that have not already rec’d an invite should email wapss2017@gmail.com. 

Agenda for this meeting will be our normal round table discussion, PSSI board updates, followed by training; Ernie Hayden – OSINT is a term of art meaning “Open Source Intelligence.” Essentially, OSINT is using the internet and other available “…free to use…” information sources to collect information and intelligence on individuals, companies, entities, etc. Ernie’s presentation is a summary of tools you can use to collect OSINT.


Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the 2020 PSSI Fall Conference has been canceled.

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