COVID-19 Information and Resources
No doubt you are struggling just like us to process decisions and impacts resulting from the health crisis. Our hearts go out to all of you who have been affected already or anticipate future challenges. It’s important to know you are not in this alone. WFEA board members, sponsors, vendors and the membership network are all here to offer support and guidance. We hope you will take advantage of this community that shares in each other’s success and struggles.
COVID-19 Slideshows, Videos and Information from our Virtual Conference:
How Do Events Survive Until 2021?
Resources and Tools That Have Come To Our Attention:
Financial Crisis Management
An Update on Event Public Health and Safety Issues
Going Viral for Real…How to Make Clear and Thoughtful Decisions Going Forward
Working With Sponsors in the Wake of COVID-19
Tabletop Discussion: Practicing a Crisis Emergency Plan
Question and Answer Session
Additional Resources That Have Been Sent To Us From Viewers:
Information for Washington state P&C companies and producers re: COVID-19 pandemic and state of emergency: "Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler issued an emergency order and a claims advisory notice to all authorized and unauthorized property and casualty companies and licensees that conduct insurance business in Washington state.
The emergency order instructs all P&C carriers in Washington state to allow a grace period to policyholders for the payment of premiums until May 9, 2020. The grace period includes a ban on cancelations and any late or related fees due to nonpayment of premiums."
The claims advisory outlines Commissioner Kreidler’s expectations that all P&C insurers continue to follow the minimum standard of claims handling regulations found in WAC 284-30-330 through WAC 284-30-380.