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Rolling with the Punches: Workforce Resiliency in the Face of Disasters, Pandemics and More
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), weather and climate disasters are at an all-time high. In 2019 alone, the US was impacted by 14 separate billion-dollar disasters consisting of floods, storms, cyclones, and wildfires. Factor in the unprecedented arrival of COVID-19, and 2020 is shaping up to be the worst year on record.
With so many potential outcomes and no way to accurately predict what will happen next, workforce resiliency has become as critical as grid resiliency. Today—quite literally—utilities must be prepared for anything.
Learn how Colorado Springs Utilities is using mobile workforce management technology to respond to events in the moment. With digital workflows and real-time data, the utility can quickly pivot its workforce as each situation unfolds, and this agile response extends beyond immediate disasters to safeguard workers and communities.
Learn how to:
- Perform daily health screenings and assessments for workers
- Use GPS-enabled contact tracing to quickly curtail a worst-case scenario if one should occur
- Quickly respond to weather, climate, and other disasters, while providing a healthy and safe environment for your workers and the communities you serve