PRESENTED BY:
9/23/2013
DISASTER
PREPAREDNESS:
• Bob Bittner – Professional Services Manager, FacilityDude
and former Dire...
Today’s Speakers
Matt Lightner – SchoolDude,
Applications Engineer
Bob Bittner – FacilityDude,
Professional Services
Manag...
Texas plant explosion
Oklahoma tornado Hurricane Sandy flooding
Boston Marathon explosion Mike Stone/Reuters
Photo by chri...
$38.7 billion
Photo by christimallia on Instagram
2,651
injuries
528
deaths
6
Planning Best Practices
7
It is not IF something will happen
but WHEN!
Mother Nature
Man Made
Accidents
8
Who is in charge
How will the event be
documented
Identify required resources
Develop processes now
9
Leadership
Clear chain of command
Safety of personnel first priority
Incident stabilization
Property preservation
10
Training
Review and discuss your plan
OSHA
Ask your insurance carrier
FEMA
11
Contracts
Committed contractors
Equipment rentals
Part suppliers
12
Communication
Parents, employees and their
families
Building occupants
Media
Backup plan
13
Documented Maintenance
Equipment asset list
Maintenance task records
Pictures
Equipment Asset List
Maintenance Task Records
Pictures Speak a Thousand Words!
Taken: 9/5/13 @ 9:45AM
17
Technologies
Cell phones
Radios
Tablets
18
Volunteers
Have a plan
Safety
“The amount of paperwork is measured
in boxes. It’s not measured in sheets.”
-Judson Freed, director of the Ramsey County,...
Then it Happens
Aftermath
Assess:
Incident stabilization
Property preservation
Aftermath
Document Obsessively
Costs Associated with a Disaster
Aftermath
Document:
Pictures
Work Order System Documentation
Aftermath
Document:
Labor Hours
Aftermath
Document:
Expenses
Labor Rate
Aftermath
Document:
Contractors
Contracted Disaster Work
Aftermath
Document:
Duties
Resources
FEMA: http://www.fema.gov/
Training Courses: https://www.fema.gov/training-0
• National Incident Management Syst...
Product Overview
MaintenanceDirect PMDirect
A preventive maintenance
scheduling solution that
helps you schedule
recurring...
Questions?
Thank you for attending the webinar!
Contact:
Bob Bittner
Bbittner@facilitydude.com
SchoolDude Sales Team
sales...
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Planning for Emergencies - Tips for Reducing Risk

The former Director of Energy and Physical Plant for Wake County Public School System discusses best practices and lessons learned in preparing for and recovering from actual incidents that impacted the district.

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Disaster & Emergency Preparedness

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY: 9/23/2013 DISASTER PREPAREDNESS: • Bob Bittner – Professional Services Manager, FacilityDude and former Director of Energy and Physical Plant for Wake County Public School System, NC • Matt Lightner – Application Engineer, SchoolDude REMEDIATION TO RECOVERY
  2. 2. Today’s Speakers Matt Lightner – SchoolDude, Applications Engineer Bob Bittner – FacilityDude, Professional Services Manager Former Director of Energy and Physical Plant at Wake County Public School System, NC (149,508 students)
  3. 3. Texas plant explosion Oklahoma tornado Hurricane Sandy flooding Boston Marathon explosion Mike Stone/Reuters Photo by christimallia on Instagram
  4. 4. $38.7 billion Photo by christimallia on Instagram
  5. 5. 2,651 injuries 528 deaths
  6. 6. 6 Planning Best Practices
  7. 7. 7 It is not IF something will happen but WHEN! Mother Nature Man Made Accidents
  8. 8. 8 Who is in charge How will the event be documented Identify required resources Develop processes now
  9. 9. 9 Leadership Clear chain of command Safety of personnel first priority Incident stabilization Property preservation
  10. 10. 10 Training Review and discuss your plan OSHA Ask your insurance carrier FEMA
  11. 11. 11 Contracts Committed contractors Equipment rentals Part suppliers
  12. 12. 12 Communication Parents, employees and their families Building occupants Media Backup plan
  13. 13. 13 Documented Maintenance Equipment asset list Maintenance task records Pictures
  14. 14. Equipment Asset List
  15. 15. Maintenance Task Records
  16. 16. Pictures Speak a Thousand Words! Taken: 9/5/13 @ 9:45AM
  17. 17. 17 Technologies Cell phones Radios Tablets
  18. 18. 18 Volunteers Have a plan Safety
  19. 19. “The amount of paperwork is measured in boxes. It’s not measured in sheets.” -Judson Freed, director of the Ramsey County, Minn., Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency
  20. 20. Then it Happens
  21. 21. Aftermath Assess: Incident stabilization Property preservation
  22. 22. Aftermath Document Obsessively
  23. 23. Costs Associated with a Disaster
  24. 24. Aftermath Document: Pictures
  25. 25. Work Order System Documentation
  26. 26. Aftermath Document: Labor Hours
  27. 27. Aftermath Document: Expenses
  28. 28. Labor Rate
  29. 29. Aftermath Document: Contractors
  30. 30. Contracted Disaster Work
  31. 31. Aftermath Document: Duties
  32. 32. Resources FEMA: http://www.fema.gov/ Training Courses: https://www.fema.gov/training-0 • National Incident Management System (NIMS IS-700) • Incident Command System (ICS-100) OSHA: http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/emergencypreparedness/index. html Emergency Management magazine: http://www.emergencymgmt.com/ Apps: Cargo Decoder, WISER
  33. 33. Product Overview MaintenanceDirect PMDirect A preventive maintenance scheduling solution that helps you schedule recurring maintenance tasks, and ensures that problems are identified before they become emergencies. A work management solution that simplifies the work order process from request to completion – with the ability to: Schedule planned maintenance Control inventory items Schedule and coordinate facility usage Plan for capital needs
  34. 34. Questions? Thank you for attending the webinar! Contact: Bob Bittner Bbittner@facilitydude.com SchoolDude Sales Team sales@schooldude.com To request a private demo visit: http://tinyurl.com/SchoolDudeDemo

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