Cooperatives are subject to the ongoing challenges of providing continuous service to their membership in the face of natural and man-made disasters. Whether it's a hurricane, tornado, cyber-attack or employee sabotage, directors play an increasingly important role in monitoring the activities of management to ensure that physical and IT assets are secure and safe. This course focuses on the directors' role in disaster planning and recovery, showing how they can fulfill the responsibility they have to their members by ensuring the continuity of electrical and business operations.
- How cooperatives currently handle emergencies
- The factors that contribute to cooperatives' need to create Emergency Response Plans
- Identifying the elements of and resources for Emergency Response and Business Continuity Plans
- Identifying the director's role in Emergency Response and Business Continuity Plans
WHERE TO TAKE THIS COURSE
NRECA offers the opportunity to take this course several times each year at the following events:
NOTE: Please check each event's schedule to see what courses are being offered.
Additionally, these courses can be delivered onsite at your co-op, statewide or G&T. Learn more about our onsite training opportunities.
NRECA – 1 credit
CEU – 0.6 credits
Angie Hylton, Senior Certification Specialist
703-907-5656 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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