The U.S. has experienced some severe storms this season with the potential for more remaining. Ron Wright, CGCS, updates this webinar from our series on disasters to help you create or update your emergency response plan.
Each webinar in the series is designed to focus on a single crisis type. You'll hear what happened, what plan was in place and what the CGCS in charge learned and now recommends. In Wright’s case, he experienced several hurricanes first hand at the Country Club of Mobile. During this quick hour, he’ll cover tips for clean-up, how best-laid plans may need to adapt, and review systems and plans you’ll want to put in place as soon as you can.
Original presentation date: Sept. 27, 2017
Education points: 0.1
About the Instructor
Ron Wright, CGCS, is the field staff representative for GCSAA’s Southeast region. During his time as a golf course superintendent in Alabama, Wright learned essentials in creating and executing on plans for clean-up after hurricane season. A past president of the Gulf Coast GCSA, Wright first earned his CGCS in 1997 and has been a GCSAA member for 27 years. In 2011, he presented a webinar in our 60-minute Disaster series and now returns to update that presentation.
Non-member price: $60