Time: 12:00PM-1:00PM Central Time
Fee: $99 Members / $199 Non-Members
Presented by Sherrie Wilson who is an author, speaker trainer and motivator
Disasters cannot be avoided, and they can wreak havoc on a business. A disaster recovery plan can help mitigate the damage and losses. A Disaster Preparation plan is a documented program designed to help businesses prepare for and recover from any event that may disrupt operations.
Disasters can include anything from natural disasters like floods and fires to supplier outages. Planning for these disasters will help to ensure that:
- Resources are managed correctly
- Contact list are available
- Information is secure and available
- A logical sequence of activities is executed
- Emergency response and recovery workers are protected
During this session, Sherrie will identify potential hazards, discuss what steps can be taken to mitigate the damage and she will outline some key components of a Disaster Preparation Plan.
This session will benefit top to bottom managers in any organization.
About the Speaker
Sherrie Wilson serves as the Founder, President and CEO of EMR Safety and Health which specializes in Authorized OSHA (Construction, General Industry and Disaster Safety training), Critical Care for healthcare providers and leadership training for her network of 1800 instructors nationwide. She received a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration from Hawthorne University, Paramedic training at the University Texas Health Science Center, Dallas, Texas, a graduate of Landmark Education and GAP Leadership Programs. She has served as adjunct Health & Safety faculty for Texas A&M University, Texas Engineer Extension Service (TEEX), Oklahoma State University. Sherrie received her Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming from the Association for Integrative Psychology. She has experience in the Medical, Construction, General Industry, Disaster Response, Healthcare, Safety, Education, Communication, Leadership, and Neuro Dynamics arenas.