Forecasters predict a higher-then-normal number of named storms and hurricanes in 2017. Its smart to be prepared and have the information you need – ahead of time – to prevent devastating flood damage.
"The most dangerous part is not the wind and rain, it’s the flooding and the storm surge that happens afterward,"
- Benjamin Friedman, NOAA’s Acting Administrator
This webinar is designed to provide you with expert advice on the best ways to minimize the impact of flooding on your operations, your community and the environment.
Join us on Thursday, August 3 at 11:00 AM EST
You will learn:
- How to create and activate your Contingency Plan
- What are the elements of a strong Contingency Plan
- What to do to keep your operations running and your community safe
You can also earn complimentary CEU credits by successfully completing this online webinar.
|Your host, Hunter Powell, Xylem Senior Applications Engineer, holds a degree in Biological Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech. Hunter is an industry expert with 11 years of engineering experience in dewatering and bypass pumping system design and standards. For the past 5 years, he has designed numerous water and wastewater projects for the Southern US based municipal customers and contractors.|