Start date: October 12, 2022
End date: October 13, 2022
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am

AN IBHS DISASTER DYNAMICS ACADEMY 

When:

October 12th and 13th, 2022
(2 Days)



Where: (In person, no virtual option)

IBHS Research Center

5335 Richburg Road
Richburg, SC



What to Expect:

Join IBHS experts for a special Disaster Dynamics Academy (DDA) that will dive deep into the most common residential roof covering in America: asphalt shingles.  This two-day event will include hands-on educational opportunities that will focus on the wind performance of asphalt shingles.  Attendees will learn how these shingles are tested, explore real-world performance studies, and develop an understanding of asphalt shingle vulnerabilities during high-wind events. 

More than half the event will be spent in the laboratory working with shingles and testing products alongside IBHS researchers and roofing experts! 

This unique opportunity focuses on the intersection of wind science, meteorology, building science, and insurance operations—and is part of IBHS’s broader efforts to translate our research into value learnings for our members.



Who Should Attend:

Exclusive to member companies. We encourage claims, marketing, product management, research, underwriting, and any others who are interested. For anyone with disabilities, we welcome you and we will make every effort to accommodate you. Please let Sherry know in your request and know we will keep any information shared with us confidential. 



What to Wear:

Casual attire. Footwear should be comfortable, have closed toes and tread, no slick soles or heels.

 

Agenda:

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Registration is CLOSED

Thoughts from Past Attendees

“This information was very helpful and is of value to my role in the claims organization. Info regarding the inaccuracy of observer data is a key callout as it is often foundational in deploying claim associates. I would recommend [DDA] to all Directors in our Underwriting, Product and Claim organizations.”

DDA Attendee

“I am responsible for my company’s disaster response, so the information about your deployment and tracking was very helpful.”

DDA Attendee

“I focus on the pricing aspect of CAT perils, so learning more about the science behind the perils is extremely helpful.”

DDA Attendee

“We will integrate the information from this into risk assessment modeling.” 

DDA Attendee

“I left with several ideas for improving post-loss analytic practices.”

DDA Attendee