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September 6, 2011 / Dave Gorham

Critical Results from Severe Weather Monitoring and Notification: Real-World Case Studies Free Webinar Tomorrow

2011 continues to test folks all over the U.S. with new challenges from Mother Nature.   Join us tomorrow at 10:30C for a sobering but rewarding review of how dedicated severe weather monitoring and notification were used relevant to each of the following events in order to achieve results that could have been much worse.

  • The 2007 Oklahoma Ice Storm
  • Hurricane Ike in 2008
  • The Joplin Tornado earlier this year

To register, click here.

Damage to the Washington National Cathedral the day after the August 24th East Coast earthquake. Photo: AP

Each case study will include coverage of the following:

  • Review of the weather event, including Specific Weather Detail and Economic Impact
  • Weather Alerting & Response Timeline with Alerts tied to Actions and Outcomes (actual or theoretical)

Ed Schlichtenmyer

Veteran BC expert and seasoned presenter Ed Schlichtenmyer will present an fast-paced and genuinely educational look back on how making the right decisions well in advanced made making the right decisions at the critical time just that much easier . . . and the outcomes just that much better.  Ed will also take questions at the end of his presentation – post your own in the comments and we’ll try to include them.

Note:  This is the fifth production in a year-long series of webinars hosted by ImpactWeather on behalf of The Association of Contingency Planners.  To get regular updates about events like this and much more, join the ACP.  Membership is inexpensive and the benefits are outstanding.  The next ACP webinar will occur on 22 September:  “BCP 101 – A Business Continuity Planning Beginner’s Checklist. Register for that webinar here.

To register for the webinar, click here.


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