Webucation Series: Are You Prepared?
Hurricane Preparedness in the Era of COVID-19
Zoom Webinar - Instructions along with the link to access the presentation will be sent to registered attendees.
Stay Informed. Be Proactive.
In this webinar, our panelists will provide you with important information on key steps to take in preparation for a hurricane, including how to take care of the aftermath and how COVID-19 could impact these activities.
During registration, you will have the opportunity to submit any questions you may have on this topic. Our panelists will review and answer them during the Q&A session at the conclusion of the webinar.
Attendees will learn industry best practices and updates on:
- 2020 Hurricane forecast
- Preparing for a storm
- Pre-hurricane property assessment
- Proper pre and post-hurricane documentation
- Storm do's and don'ts
- Impact of COVID-19 on protocols
- Machine sanitization
- What to do to ensure an efficient recovery
- Who can help
- ... and more!
NOTE: This webinar is exclusive for registered attendees. Registrants will receive instructions along with a unique code to access the presentation. Registration will add your name to a raffle for 1 out of 4 $50 gift cards.*
* Winners will be chosen at random after the webinar is finalized and will be notified by email within 3 business days.
MEET THE PANELISTS
Paul Licata | National Account Manager
Paul Licata has immersed himself into the industry focusing on the Multi-Family, Commercial, and Health Care Markets. He currently serves on the Florida Board of the American College of Health Care Administrators. He has previously held board positions on the Executive Board of the South East Florida Apartment Association, The Florida Apartment Association as well as the National Apartment Association. Heavily focused on educating clients, Licata has implemented training seminars on best practices and proper protocols for water losses, mold remediation, and hurricane preparedness. His penetrative approach has helped limit his client’s exposure to liability while helping them realize substantial savings on unnecessary reconstruction costs.
Lisa Wade | Business Development
Lisa Wade is the Business Development Manager with Latite Roofing.
Founded in 1943, Latite Roofing is the largest commercial & residential roofing company serving South Florida for over 78 years. Lisa has immersed herself in the industry focusing on the Multi-Family, Commercial, and Health Care Markets. She currently serves on the Circle of Excellence Committee for the South Florida Apartment Association, serves as a committee member for BOMA and CREW Treasure Coast.
Chad Mackey | Chief Engineer
DMI Paving & Sealcoating
Chad Mackey is the Chief Engineer of DMI Paving & Sealcoating where he utilizes his over 14 years of experience in the consulting, design, and construction industry. With his expertise in Florida ADA code compliance pertaining to site work and parking lots, he has led and instructed various CEU courses on Florida ADA code pertaining to parking lots, Asphalt Construction, and Concrete Construction. He has also been credited on several reports submitted to the Transportation Research Board on Pavement Distress Analysis.
Daniel Gonzalez | President
Cayco Commercial Landscaping
Daniel is an ISA Certified Arborist and an FNGLA Horticulture Professional.
Cayco Landscaping is a full-service landscaping company (lawn maintenance, landscape design and installation, tree trimming, irrigation and rust control, pest control, fertilization, and outdoor lighting) providing services in Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade counties. Cayco specializes in luxury apartment complexes and high-end HOA's with million-dollar homes
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*Event prices, dates and times are subject to change.
In the instance this event is postponed, SEFAA will notify any registrants and promptly provide updates.
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Remember to Visit our Hurricane Preparedness Page!
Hurricane season occurs from June 1 - November 30. In the case of a storm, our Hurricane Preparedness page will be updated with the latest news, updates, and guidance for the multifamily housing community. Check it out now for local emergency kits, shelter locations, important contact info, and more.
VIEW THE HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS PAGE