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Welcome to SEAOSC’s Safer-at-Home Crisis Forum. This site is provided to offer SEAOSC members a source of relevant and timely information regarding the continually developing pandemic impacting the State of California and our Nation. Information, as it is gathered by SEAOC, SEAOSC and the other California member organizations, will be posted here. Additionally, members of the Association may directly contribute content to share relevant information and ask questions that may benefit our colleagues and the Structural Engineering profession and support our collective response to the national emergency.

To participate in this forum you must be logged in as a member. This is a “lightly” moderated forum (i.e. SEAOSC reserves the right to remove inappropriate content) where your information is shared with and available to the entire membership

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  • Respect, Respect, Respect: Be Sensitive to what others may be experiencing.
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Notice: The views and opinions expressed in this Forum are those the individual contributors or participants and do not reflect the official policy of the Structural Engineers Association of Southern California (SEAOSC) or any of it affiliated Member Organizations. Assumptions presented are those of the contributor and do not reflect the results of any analysis undertaken by the Association. The content of this Forum is not intended to set a Standard of Practice or Care for the Structural Engineering Profession and should not be construed as doing so.

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