Planning for Chaos

  • Organizer: Anderson Kill and WCD Group
  • Location: New York, NY
  • Date: October 26, 2016

Losses occur on construction sites, in all types of buildings and at industrial facilities with no warning.  A crane collapse, a sprinkler break, a fuel or toxic spill or release, gas pipe break, a flood, a fire, a sewage back-up or storm damage can occur with no warning and have immediate impact on your property, your people and your business operations.  The first 24 hours are chaos.  This seminar includes risk engineers, emergency response managers, lawyers, insurance specialists and public relations experts that will provide a road map for planning for the loss and the immediately required actions to protect human health and the environment, preserve evidence, minimize the impact to operations and your business reputation, and obtain the highest level of cost recovery from insurance and other sources.  The speakers have first-hand knowledge following large catastrophes such as fire, explosion, chemical releases and catastrophic natural events such as Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, as well as simple, every day losses.


2:30-3:00 pm Registration

3:00-5:00 pm Conference

5:00-6:30 pm Networking Reception

NY CLE: 2.0 credits
PA CLE: 2.0 credits
NJ CLE: 2.4 credits presumptively approved
CA CLE: 2.0 credits

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