The Cambridgeshire Series: Utility Volunteer

When
November 16th, 2021 6:00 PM   through   7:45 PM
This webinar is for Community Flood Action and Community Emergency Response groups across the five Cambridgeshire district councils. It explores how utility networks operate and the role of a volunteers before, during and after a utility failure.

This session provides an introduction to the operation of utility networks, how they react to interruptions to the supply network, and how Community Emergency Volunteer groups can assist in this. It is ideal for groups looking to develop their capabilities to respond to multiple emergencies.

This webinar is the final session in the Cambridgeshire Series, co-delivered with the Environment Agency’s East Anglia Flood Resilience Team (Great Ouse catchment), and Cambridgeshire County Council, with support from the five district councils: South Cambridgeshire District Council, Cambridge City Council, East Cambridgeshire District Council, Huntingdonshire District Council and Fenland District Council. This series follows on from two successful training sessions run in partnership with Cambridgeshire CC and South Cambridgeshire DC for South Cambridgeshire Community Flood Action groups in June 2021. 

Join us to build your knowledge on a range of key topics, including:

  • How utility networks operate
  • What procedures to follow when an outage occurs
  • Potential roles of a volunteer before, during and after a utility failure
  • How a utilities call out would be triggered
  • Important safety advice during a utility failure

Throughout the webinar we will be referring to the training handbook on which this session is based. You can download and read Utility Volunteer from our hub. If you are not currently a member, you will be prompted to register – it’s free to join! For any questions regarding the hub, please get in touch.

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When
November 16th, 2021 6:00 PM   through   7:45 PM

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