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PCAT/Agility Operational Disaster Recovery Workshop

Getting Schools Back Up and Running FAST

Houston, Texas, May 9, 2014 – If a tornado, flood, fire or equipment failure strikes a school, one of the primary goals is to regain operational status as quickly as possible. In many cases, the use of district facilities will play a crucial role in community relief efforts.

PCAT, the Property Casualty Alliance of Texas, has partnered with Agility Recovery to bring school districts an extraordinary opportunity to show how to get schools up and running and provide access to vital resources. Vital resources include power generators, fuel, mobile classroom/computing, satellite Internet and phone connectivity—usually within 24 to 48 hours after notification.

During the workshop, attendees will

  • Walk through a LIVE mobile installation at a school right here in Texas
    providing the FOUR key elements of recovery: classroom or office space, power,
    communications and computers
  • Learn how to develop a disaster recovery plan
  • Understand how to prevent school closing equipment failures and damaging building fires
  • Earn three valuable hours of TASBO CE credits

The event is brought to school districts by PCAT and Agility Recovery and co-sponsored by NAS, Scarbrough Medlin & Associates, Edwards Risk Management and Hartford Steam Boiler (HSB).

To register for the PCAT/Agility Operational Disaster Recovery workshop, go to or register directly here.


May 21, 2014 at 10am - 2pm


Frisco ISD
10701 Dallas Pkwy
Frisco, TX 75034
United States
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Yong Kwon, Media Relations
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713.364.9845 (office)
832.687.3247 (cell)