Location: Dale's Weston Lanes
Refreshments and lunch will be provided to attendees
Attendance Cost: Free, thanks to NCW HERC program
Healthcare organizations not only perform a vital service by delivering healthcare to their community. They are also a business. Natural disasters can cost businesses significant money, or worse, shut them down for good. The National Centers for Environmental Information has documented that since 1980, the United States has endured 178 weather- and climate-related disasters with a price tag topping $1 billion each. The total cost of these events exceeds $1 trillion.
Hospitals follow Emergency Management protocols to protect life and property should a natural, human-caused, or technological threat strike, but how do they safeguard their business operations and revenue? They establish a Business Continuity Plan (BCP).
A BCP is an all-hazards roadmap to follow in case of a major interruption to operations. A BCP addresses maintaining or resuming business functions shortly after a disaster and reconstituting services at an alternate site, as well as business processes, human resources, and assets.
Reinforce the principles of healthcare business continuity and to identify the goals, process, and timeline for developing a Business Continuity Plan.
Overview of the structure, make up and responsibilities of a program steering committee.
How to use data and organizational priorities to guide BCP strategies and plan development.
Introduce the questionnaire template, data gathering tool and process.
Establishing metrics for the management and measurement of a BCP program.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT ATTENDANCE AND WITHDRAWAL:
This course is being supported by NCW HERC scholarship, for NCW HERC member organizations and employees (“attendees”.)
If an attendee is unable to attend a course for which he or she is registered, it is the responsibility of the attendee or the attendee’s organization to withdraw from the course by notifying the NCW HERC Coordinator seven (7) day prior to the start of the course. Failure to timely withdraw from the course may result in a fee charged to the organization the attendee is representing, to the amount of the scholarship provided.
Course: Business Continuity Planning Workshop
Scholarship Amount: $280
These fees are based upon the material costs for the course including instructor costs and venue expenses, or pre-determined attendee costs by vendor. Failure to pay the fee after a 2nd notice will prevent the attendee from registering for future NCW HERC courses.
Withdrawals less than 7 days prior to the start of a course will be permitted for a documented emergency that is submit to the NCW HERC Coordinator.
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