RP3 Webinar Series

RP3 Webinar Series

If you plan to apply for an RP3 designation or wish to learn more about the program, sign up for the webinar series today! If you have not already, also be sure to register for the 2018 application.

Be sure to sign up for each of the 4 webinars! Sign up using the links below.

If you have any trouble registering or have any questions, please email [email protected] 

 

Reliability

Thursday, May 10 at 2pm – Register for the Reliability webinar

In the reliability section of the RP3 Application you will be asked to (a) track your reliability indices and power quality, (b) plan for the future through mutual aid and emergency plans, and (c) maintain physical and cyber security. The goal of this section is to ensure that you have the core tenets in place to deliver reliable electricity to your community.

Safety

Thursday, May 17 at 2pm – Register for the Safety webinar

The core purpose of the safety section is to encourage a culture of safety throughout your utility. Essential items like having an updated safety manual, holding regular safety meetings, and conducting disaster drills make up the majority of this section. Each year, the Association’s Safety Committee reviews this section to ensure that you are meeting current safety standards and regulations.

System Improvement

Thursday, May 24 at 2pm – Register for the System Improvement webinar

Reliability and stability today includes planning for tomorrow. The RP3 program fosters long-term reliability through efforts ranging from system planning studies and asset-management procedures to being involved in a research and development program. Continually improving your system not only ensures the longevity of your system, but also establishes your utility as an entity within the community that your customers can depend on for years to come.

Workforce Development

Thursday, May 31 at 2pm – Register for the Workforce Development webinar

Your work force is your biggest asset. Help your employees plan for their future. Participating in conferences, workshops, and webinars ensures a properly educated team that will maintain the reliability and safety of your network. When you help employees prepare for the future through succession plans and tuition reimbursement programs, you’re enabling them to succeed as members of your utility staff and community.