FREE ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Developing Risk-Based Business Continuity PlansPosted to Life Cycle Engineering in the Utility Management Group
- Sep 21, 2020 8:22 pm GMT
View this event and learn how to develop a risk-based business continuity plan. COVID-19 has brought to light the importance of planning for unforeseen events. See how other companies are planning for future events that could affect their ability to conduct normal business operations.
Whether it is events like Covid-19, or other catastrophic events like floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, equipment failure or intentional disruptions to our businesses, it is more important than ever to have a well thought-out business continuity plan. Join this webinar to learn about national and international standards that can guide you in developing your plan, recognize the value of conducting an after-action review, and gain insights into significant operational risks to your business that are often lying just below the surface.
Our speaker lineup is:.
Randy Heisler, VP, Life Cycle Engineering, presenting information on how to identify the risks to businesses and develop a comprehensive risk-based business continuity plan.
Gerry Pfau, Senior Manager of Project Development, Minnkota Power Cooperative, will provide insights on implementing reliability best practices and managing capital project risks.
Todd Shepherd, Strategic Asset Management Supervisor, Tacoma Power, will share how strategic maintenance management programs can help support business resilience.
WHO SHOULD VIEW:
Power generation professionals concerned with how best to prepare their operating assets and systems for potential disruptions to their operations.
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