When accidents happen, the investigation is an important part of the claims process. It is extremely important to find out how and why the accident happened to ensure it doesn’t happen again. ARECA Insurance Exchange (AIE) is offering a workshop this fall that will give attendees the tools to conduct an accident investigation in a confident and successful manner.
The AIE Insurance Workshop Utility Accident Investigation Training, on October 13, will cover a variety of topics utility employees need to know before an accident investigation happens. This training is geared toward a range of employees, such as CEOs, safety managers, directors of operations, dispatch managers, line superintendents, and public relations personnel, among others.
The registration fee is $400 for AIE Subscribers and $500 for non-AIE subscribers. Register by clicking the following link: AIE Insurance Workshop Registration Link
The workshop will take place at The Megan Room in Anchorage and virtually for those who can’t attend in-person. Visit APA’s website at www.alaskapower.org for more information and for a hotel discount.
For questions, please contact Don Maynor, AIE Loss Control and Safety Specialist, at 907-250-8560.
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