Hurricane Preparedness for Facility Managers (Aug 8-10)
This course is designed to provide facility managers with essential knowledge and skills to prepare their facilities for hurricanes and other natural disasters. Participants will learn about the importance of emergency power supply systems, generators, backup power systems, and other critical infrastructure that can keep their facility operational during power outages. The course will focus on the importance of maintaining these systems and performing regular maintenance checks to ensure they are in good working order, especially before hurricane season.
The course will cover basic operational principles, maintenance management practices, systematic trend analysis and some basic triage practices that can keep your system running while help is on the way. Participants will learn how to identify potential failure points with their emergency power systems and develop strategies to mitigate risks. They will also learn about the latest technologies and tools available to improve the performance and reliability of their emergency power systems.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Operate an emergency power supply system
Identify basic generator and power distribution components
Identify proper PPE, understand safety principles associated with an EPPS, and perform a Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
Identify potential failure points with emergency power systems and develop strategies to mitigate risks
- Describe life safety codes and standards as related to a hospital environment
Roger Bisher Training Center
998 Veterans Memorial Hwy SE
Mableton, GA 30126
Travel and lodging to and from training are not provided. Lunches are provided for every day of training. Tools, equipment, and educational materials are provided EXCEPT for work gloves and work boots.
*Once a seat is purchased, Prime Power Training will send out an information email to give more details.