Stormy weather can wreak havoc on a community—which is why every agency should have a crisis management plan for how to mobilize resources and people in the event of a disaster.
On May 16, Danny Cook, an agent for more than 20 years, will lead a Big “I" Virtual University (VU) webinar that explores lessons learned during the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which devastated North Carolina in 2016.
During the In the Aftermath of the Storm: An Agent's Perspective webinar, to take place May 16 at 1-2:30 p.m., Cook will discuss how you can better prepare your agency if it happens to your town. Attend to learn:
- Whether your agency is truly ready for the next disaster.
- What to expect as storm skies turn to blue.
- How to deal with flood claims.
- Other important details, such as helpful endorsements and common misconceptions.
Registration is $49 per internet connection, so if you can get your entire staff in a conference or meeting room for the broadcast, you'll pay only one single fee. Registration also includes access to the webinar recording and the written transcript, which is emailed to all registrants four to six weeks after the live event.
Other upcoming VU education sessions include the April Lightning Learning series on good business and a webinar on upcoming ISO Personal Auto Policy Changes.
Check out the full 2018 VU education calendar, and send any questions to VU staff.