Cost: Free to Members and Self-Insured Clients
By mid-October 2020, 26 named tropical storms had formed on the Atlantic seaboard. Hurricane season runs from June to November with most of the more potent storms accosting Connecticut during August through October. Disaster preparedness refers to preventative measures taken to reduce the severity of a disaster’s effects. The goal is to lessen the impact of the hurricane on vulnerable populations, to ready an organization for an influx of activity, and to design a coordinated plan that reduces the waste of resources, time and efforts. It is critical for your organization to be prepared before a disaster strikes. Join the Trust staff who will present this webinar to review your Emergency Action Plan and particularly discuss hurricane preparedness and preparations you can take now to ensure you are prepared.
- Examine how table top exercises can take your emergency planning to the next level
- Review team member roles in emergency planning
- Discuss common pitfalls in emergency planning and resolutions
- Review resources for Emergency Action Plans
Anyone in charge of emergency planning and execution at their organization.
Pamela Hunter, CSP, MS, Senior Loss Control Consultant, Workers’ Compensation Trust