The Association does not contemplate pecuniary gain or profit to the members thereof, and is organized solely for non-profit purposes. No part of the net earnings of the SCAHM shall personally benefit or be distributed to its members, directors, officers, or other private persons, except to recompense for authorized services rendered and to make payments and distribution in furtherance of the will of the Association.
The South Carolina Association for Hazard Mitigation (SCAHM) is a professional organization dedicated to educating South Carolina communities about hazard mitigation and loss prevention. Our members represent various professions, including but not limited to: building code enforcement officials and inspectors, company Presidents and Vice Presidents, emergency managers, engineers, floodplain managers, GIS technicians, hydrologists, planning and/or zoning officials, and project managers.
Each year in the spring, the SCAHM sponsors an annual educational conference where we present educational sessions on multiple types of hazards. The SCAHM also sponsors training courses on various hazard mitigation subjects throughout the year. Click on the events page to find out more about our current schedule.
The SCAHM is a Chapter Member of the Association of State Floodplain Managers, Inc. (ASFPM), the primary professional association of floodplain managers in the US.
Click the links below to download our bylaws and constitution.
K. Patrick Brown
Building Code Inspector, Town of Edisto Beach
The purpose of the South Carolina Association for Hazard Mitigation is to:
The Scholarship recipient is Davis Holcombe. He received both scholarships - 2017 Enhancement Academic and Community Service Scholarship. This award is awarded based on scholastic achievements and as well as community service. Davis is from Anderson SC and attends TL Hanna High School. He has a GPA of 4.0 and is ranked 28th among his peers. He has received acceptance letters from Furman, University of South Carolina, Clemson University. In terms of community service, Davis has performed community service, at an early age, and continued throughout his teen years at the Haven of Rest. The sky is the limit for this future business leader that will study international business.
SCDNR presented awards to AECOM and ESP for their efforts during Hurricane Matthew. Pictured are (left to right) Jason Currie, AECOM, Neal Banerjee, ESP, Maria Cox, SCDNR, Ed Dickson, AECOM, and SCDNR Law Enforcement.