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Reopening and Resuming Operations

  • 20 Jul 2023
  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • virtual


The Public/Private Partnership (P3) Program Managers of Idaho, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington, in partnership with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the private sector, have developed the Private Sector Preparedness Response and Recovery (PSPR2) Seminar Series.

Each 90-minute seminar will include subject matter experts from business and the government sharing critical infrastructure best practices, valuable lessons, and planning resources and tools to assist with mass casualty impact and recovery. This series is designed for companies and organizations interested in enhancing their knowledge and understanding of the impact and recovery of a mass casualty event. 

Seminars are not cumulative and may be taken individually. Each seminar counts toward continuing education with CEU credits. The first Seminar is March 16. They will run through November 16, 2023.

One of the hardest challenges to overcome in the aftermath of a mass casualty event is reestablishing a sense of safety and normalcy. As difficult as it may be, returning and reopening is necessary for most businesses. Session 5 will guide participants through the process of returning to business following a mass casualty event.

By approaching this subject holistically, it is PSPR2’s hope that we can begin to prepare the private sector to navigate the layers of complexity that often can threaten the very existence of businesses, and the lives of both their employees and customers in the communities they serve.

Session 6: Aug 17  The Immediate Aftermath: What Short Term Recovery Looks Like

Session 7: Sept 21  Negotiating Mid to Long Term Recovery (NY)

Session 8: Oct 19  Post Incident Scams and Fraud

Session 9: Nov 16  Civil and Criminal Judicial Processes

To register for any/all of the webinars in the series:

PO Box 460715, Papillion, NE 68046


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