Best Practices in Emergency Planning and Business Continuity for Energy (Emergency Planning)

Venue: The Fairmont Palliser

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Jun 01, 2009 End Date/Time: Jun 02, 2009
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Description

Oil spills. Pipeline and chemical plant explosions. Forest fires. Landslides. Floods. A disaster can happen at a moment’s notice and being prepared is of the utmost importance. With culprits ranging anywhere from weather to vandalism, a well researched emergency response plan must be able to expect the unexpected. In the oil, gas and power industries such an ERP can not only save time and money it can also save lives. Yet no matter how well prepared a company may be, accidents can still happen and staying up-to-date on the latest emergency response practices is not only smart business, it’s the law.

The Canadian Institute’s Emergency Planning and Business Continuity for Energy conference is your opportunity to find the best possible strategies to identify, mitigate and respond to hazards, while protecting your workforce, community and critical infrastructure. Hear from a panel of industry experts on:

Exploring the effect of CSA Z1600 on oil, gas and power industries
Enhancing emergency efficiencies by investigating how oil behaves in Arctic conditions
Mitigating financial losses in times of crisis
Ensuring safety remains a top priority for the workforce through advanced training methods
Creating a sense of cooperation between industry and regulatory bodies
Assessing how to structure an effective cyber protection system
Don’t miss your opportunity to get the latest information on these critical issues. Register today by calling 1-877-927-7936 or online.

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