Webinar

APPA Biweekly Webinar on Public Power Preparations for COVID-19: April 30

You'll learn what public power utilities are doing to prepare for and work through the COVID-19 pandemic and gain best practices to implement at your utility. The webinar will feature presentations from APPA members followed by Q&A.
April 30, 2020
3:30pm EDT - 5:00pm EDT

Description

This webinar will focus primarily on planning for and developing return to work procedures and will highlight guidance developed by the ESCC's new Return to Work team. The webinar will feature presentations from APPA members followed by Q&A.

Topics for discussion include:

  • Technology Challenges – Security and logistics issues for returning to the workplace after such a long period teleworking.
  • Phases/Stages for return to work – Procedures for a staged return to the office as restrictions are lifted, while maintaining a safe working environment.
  • Office Space Work – Challenges and procedures to maintain a safe working environment as staff return to the office.
  • Field work – Challenges and procedures to maintain a safe working environment for field crews.

Who Should Attend?

Public power utility leadership, including those who with responsibility for HR, T&D, Safety, Disaster Preparedness/Emergency Management, Supply Management, and Security.

Fee

There is no charge to participate in this webinar. It is offered as a benefit of APPA membership.

Register Today 

You can register for the webinar here. You will receive a registration confirmation email from Public Power Webinars with login credentials. If you don't receive a confirmation, please check your junk mail inbox.

To Access the Webinar

Please use Google Chrome or Firefox as your browser if you are participating from a computer. Internet Explorer will not work.

This American Public Power Association production is strictly for educational purposes. Any marketing or solicitation of products or services is prohibited. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in prohibition of future access.