WVU Industrial Extension Webinar Series

Business Continuity: ISO 9001 – Risk & Opportunity Assessments

June 9, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:00pm


Join WVU Industrial Extension’s Staci Miller and Mark Henline to learn more about using your risk assessment process to create a sustainable business plan. This webinar will focus on applying concepts of the wholistic, ISO 9001:2015 system to business continuity planning. You don’t have to be certified in the ISO 9001 standard to learn how to use the system to evaluate risks like pandemics.


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Business Continuity: Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response

June 23, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:00pm


Join WVU Industrial Extension’s John Frazer for a webinar to provide a high-level overview of safety and health continuity planning. We will explore the current expectation of OSHA’s emergency action plan requirements, BUT from a business perspective. We will hit the highlights of hazard identification, probability assessment, consequence analysis, risk assessment and preview a vulnerability analysis tool.


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Business Continuity: Failure Mode Effect Analysis & Control Plans

June 16, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:00pm


Join WVU Industrial Extension’s Dee Hayes for a webinar discussing Failure Mode Effect Analysis, the risk management process often used for identifying potential failures in manufacturing operations. Traditionally it’s used for process risks or quality problems. However, this process can be used for assessing business risk as well. If your business needs to develop a business continuity plan, considering expanding the use of an FMEA process to anticipate and plan for disruptions such as pandemics, natural disasters or supply chain abnormalities.


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Business Continuity: Technology Readiness

June 30, 2020 | 11:00am – 12:00pm


Disruptive events can affect your business at any given time.  In a connected world that increasingly becomes more dependent on information technology, it is important that your business be prepared.  Join WVU Industrial Extension’s David Carrick to learn how you can assess the impact of these events, identify the steps you can take to prepare your business so your teams can work remotely, access business critical information, and maintain business as usual.


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