Storm Preparedness Workshop
Actionable crisis management Leadership Training

Storm Preparedness Workshop

Interactive Leadership Training

Date: October 18 and October 20, 2022 
Time: Noon to 5:00pm EST 
Location: Virtual


The Storm Preparedness Workshop provides a unique step-by-step approach to avoiding costly mistakes that only the experienced pros know about. 

Leadership Training: WHAT WILL YOU TAKE AWAY?

  • ​Strategies and tactics the electric sector pros have used for decades to streamline their storm preparedness processes
  • Checklists:  Develop & update operational checklists that can be used in any type of small, medium, or large-scale storm
  • Understand the Incident Command System structure and how to implement parts of it to avoid overlap and wasted time & money
  • Quickly determine the scope, scale & response of a potential event so that you can recover faster.
  • ​Develop customized action plans for your company or organization that are actionable at moments notice.
  • Communication strategies with your external customers, partners, regulators, and media based. 
  • ​Manage expectations with your internal executives, team members, contractors, finance and logistics teams, customers and workers in the field
  • ​​Industry Secret: Connecting your preparedness efforts to your mitigation efforts to avoid repeating the same mistakes every year​.
  • ​​And More!
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Workshop Agenda

DAY 1: October 18, 2022: 12:00PM – 5:00PM EST
Focus: Strategy

Welcome and Attendee Introductions

Opening Remarks and Agenda Review by STORM School Chair

Module 1 – Definition of The Prepare Phase

Module 2 – Strategic Objectives
 • The importance of the ICS (Incident Command  System) framework
 • Determining Scope and Scale of a Potential Event
 • Developing an Effective Action Plan 
 • Managing Expectations & Communication

Open Discussion with the Instructors

DAY 2: October 20, 2022: 12:00PM – 5:00PM EST
Focus: Tactical

Module 3 – Tactical and Execution
 • Internal and IT Systems 
 • Needed Materials and Equipment 
 • Property Needs (Facilities, Field Locations, Staging Areas, etc.)
 • Employees and Stakeholder Readiness
 • Communications Strategy & Messaging

Module 4 – Top 6 Things to Remember When Preparing

Open Discussion with the Instructors

What Past Workshop Attendees Have Said

 Bruce G., Emergency Planner

 "Great module! Please emphasis multiple elements of IT (Data Center OPS, INFOSEC, Client Services, etc.) engagement with ICS planning/training & exercising/operations within an organization. Also, emphasis the value of conducting a through 360 degree 3rd party vendor assessment process.” ★★★★★ 5 

Siddharth M., Sr. Emergency Management Analyst

"Great answers and information as a high-level with just enough case application examples. Possibly have additional example checklists available for participants (snow, flood, heat, power out, hurricane, etc.)." ★★★★★ 5 

Chris T., Digital Resiliency Product Offering Manager

"Great discussion on setting incident priorities and objectives. From a state government / private sector liaison point of view, loved to hear brought up the importance of relationships with private sector state trade associations.." ★★★★★ 5 

Matthew W., Director - Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

"Great module! Please continue to emphasis unified and tiered messaging with PIO/Strategic Communications internal stakeholders engagement." ★★★★★ 5 

Persia P., Private Sector Manager/BEOC Coordinator 

"Content was specifically relevant to my current position. I would have loved it to go deeper into impacts to IT and how to mitigate and operate when these systems are affected." ★★★★★ 5 
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Tom Moran

Executive Director,
All Hazards Consortium (AHC)

John Molnar

Director, Program Management Office
All Hazards Consortium

Laura Johnson

Director of Conferences & Events,
All Hazards Consortium 

Mike Zappone

Chief Operating Officer at Tempest Energy,
Retired, Eversource Energy, Electric Sector, 35+ yrs Chair, Multi-State Fleet Response Working Group

David Vanderbloemen

Principal Consultant at DV Consulting, LLC & Retired, Dominion Energy
Electric Sector, 40+ yrs

Anthony Hurley

Consultant, Utilities and Critical Infrastructure, Emergency Management & Physical Security Professional
Retired, FirstEnergy
Electric Sector, 35+ yrs

Jim Nowak

Director Customer Relations at Tempest Energy & Principal Consultant at JN Energy Consulting, Retired, American Electric Power Electric Sector, 35+ yrs

Aaron Strickland

Director of Business Development, Utilicon
Retired, Southern Company
Electric Sector, 35+ yrs

Carlos Torres

Independent Consultant/Experienced Utility-Emergency Management Executive, Former Operations Executive, ConEdison NYC, NY, Electric Sector, 35+ years

Carlos D. Torres

Independent Consultant/Experienced Utility-Emergency Management Executive

Would you like to be a speaker at this event, please contact Laura Johnson at


This workshop is built for emerging leaders, mid-level managers, policy analysts, and anyone who has full or part-time emergency management responsibilities, whether they are new to the field, or looking for a refresher. Some industries that will benefit include:
 • Energy 
(Electric, Gas & Oil, etc..)
 • Communications
 • Transportation
 • Food
 • Fuel
 • Water
 • Retails
 • Supply Chains
 • Transportation
 • Insurance
 • Finance
 • Students/Academia
 • State / Local Government
 • Federal Government
 • Consulting
 • Trade Associations
 • Research groups


  • Proven & Reliable - Experienced instructors, 40+ years of storm experience that you can trust and rely upon
  • High Value - normally $10,000/day, a single idea from these instructors can save you from $million mistakes
  • ​Certificates - Receive a Course Attendance Certificate upon completion of the workshop
  • Consulting - Get free consulting (30 minutes at the end of each workshop day.)
  • Tools and Resources - Get access to handouts and resources that will help you better prepare
  • Sample Checklist - Receive a SAMPLE Checklist of things to consider in your planning
  • ​Expert Advice - Receive valuable advice of do’s and don’ts
  • And more!

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Authenticate Your Skills


Earn a digital certificate that certifies your completion of the workshop, and demonstrates your exposure to the concepts and understanding of the basic skills presented.
  • One-Click Post to LinkedIn: Post your certificate to your LinkedIn account to enhance your professional reputation 
  • Personal Development: Show current and future employers that you are developing your skills and peer-to-peer network
  • Resume Builder: Build your resume by including your completed training certificate.
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After your purchase, you have 14 days to ensure the resource is valuable for you. If you're not completely satisfied and don't find enough value in it, we will refund your payment, guaranteed!


AHC supports the education of rising emergency managers by offering up to 5 scholarships to this Workshop to undergraduate and graduate students. 
These scholarships are aimed towards those who would not otherwise have an opportunity to attend and who would benefit greatly by implementing lessons learned to their communities and careers.
To be considered for future scholarship opportunities, conatact


STORM School is part of a training initiative of the All Hazards Consortium's Applied Operational Research Institute (AHCi) designed to provide "operations-based" instruction and consultation to help crisis managers better prepare, and respond to any type of crisis.
STORM School provides you with an online learning environment, initiated by the private sector, to help you learn the principles of crisis management faster and how to apply them from instructors who bring real-world experience from the past 35+ years.

STORM School will include access to courses online, virtual and in-person workshops, and customized instructor instruction and consultation for specific organizations and companies.

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