May 8, 2018 • Orlando, Florida • 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Hurricane season is almost here. As public power utilities, we have an enormous responsibility to our customers and communities to efficiently restore power to their homes and businesses after a storm. One thing we found is that when used properly, our mutual aid program works well during times of disaster and need. When our customers are faced with major outages, it is vital that we communicate effectively so that we can provide and receive assistance quickly and efficiently as possible.
This forum will provide legislative updates, lessons learned from the 2017 hurricane season, mutual aid operations and procedures, an a opportunity to network with fellow utility peers.
- Legislative and Statewide Updates
- Mutual Aid Best Practices
- Presentations: TBD
Lunch: Noon -12:45
Breakout Roundtable Sessions
- T&D and Restoration Operations
- Customer Services, Communications and Community Outreach Sessions
Who Should Attend?
Utility Directors, Mutual aid coordinators, T&D Managers, Lineworker Foremen, Lineworkers, Supervisors, Safety Managers, Safety Officers, Safety and Training Coordinators, Engineers, Customer Service Managers and Representatives, Key Account Managers and Representatives, Communication Managers and Specialists, Community Outreach Coordinators
Registration Fee: (light breakfast and lunch provided)
$75.00 per person
Please register by Monday, April 30, 2018
Meeting & Hotel Location:
The Florida Hotel and Conference Center
1500 Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL 32809
Phone: (407) 859-1500
Hotel Room Rate $109 per night ask for the FMEA rate.
Cheryl Anderson, Director of Training and Member Services, FMEA (850) 251-5465