A waterline break has occurred on the 3rd floor; water is coming out profusely onto the lower levels and getting into electrical sub-panels, while at the same time another unit has complained of their carbon monoxide detector going off along with a strong smell of gas. Which of these two emergencies is a higher priority that poses a greater risk to life and property? If you answered, "strong smell of gas", you are correct!
These are both maintenance emergencies we hope to never have to go through; but would you and your team know what to do in the event of a more catastrophic event such as a natural disaster, fire at the community, long term power outage, a vehicle hitting a building, or an active shooter reported at the property? None of these scenarios are ones we would like to think about; but Benjamin Franklin said it best, "By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail". This webinar will provide key considerations when developing an emergency preparedness plan, risk mitigation, triaging afterhours callouts, FEMA recommendations for responding to natural disasters, which emergency supplies to keep in stock, and how to best respond to an active shooter at the community according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Join Angel Davila and the Webinar Wednesday Team on March 6, 2019 at 12pm to Create an Emergency Response Plan!
Who should watch:
Property Managers, Maintenance Technicians, Maintenance Supervisors, Regional Maintenance Supervisors, Training Directors
* Each registration is good for one attendee OR one on-site team. If you would like multiple attendees, group viewing events, or other needs, please contact us.
About Angel Davila:
Angel Davila began working as a porter 10+ years ago after returning from deployment in the USMC & is now the National Maintenance Trainer at Monarch Investment & Management Group; a Colorado based company that operates in 20 states. Mr. Davila is a former AAA Board of Directors/AAA Education Foundation board member, was awarded as the 2018 Texas Apartment Association Maintenance Professional of the year and is an; NAAEI Advance Instructor Graduate, AAA Lyceum Graduate, NAAEI Leadership Experience Graduate, CAMT, CAPS, NAAEI Faculty, CPO, NAAEI William Wollinger Scholarship recipient, AAA Solt Scholarship recipient, and TAA Next Gen Scholarship recipient. Davila also instructs seminars for the following organizations: Goodwill Career& Technical Academy, Austin Community College, Austin Apartment Association, Texas Apartment Association, Refrigeration Services Engineering Society, Esco Institute & the North American Technician Excellence.