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Continuity Planning for Wildfires

Continuity Planning for Wildfires

As noted in previous blogs, business continuity and emergency management are fairly broad terms encompassing a large range of potential crises, disasters, risks, and disruptions. Natural disasters are, arguably, one of the most potentially devastating of these...

What Not to Do in Risk Management

What Not to Do in Risk Management

As a crucial arm of both compliance and business continuity planning, risk management is commonly a mandatory and revered part of loss prevention and mitigation protocol; without it, your business jeopardizes its chances of remaining viable amidst defaults, crisis and...

Equipping Yourself for Stronger Continuity

Equipping Yourself for Stronger Continuity

There are many layers to proper business continuity planning, but perhaps one of the most important is the garnering of proper equipment. Even if your plan is well-drafted and effectively thought out, it could quickly become unhinged due to equipment deficiencies or...

Quick Tips for Better Business Continuity Planning

Quick Tips for Better Business Continuity Planning

Continuity planning has become a cornerstone of any functional business’s organization, efficiency, and overall infrastructure, as it serves as a foundation for that business’s readiness in times of disaster and/or disruption. Without a concise and well-thought-out...

SRO’s and School Security

SRO’s and School Security

Amidst the myriad of mass shootings and violent attacks taking place every month, an increasing amount of districts are turning to armed school security and or police school resource officers (SRO’s) as an additional layer of protection. These officers are not...

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Though they receive proper training and are generally expected to be composed, focused, and situationally aware in moments of crisis, first responders remain susceptible to consistent — and sometimes elevated — psychological trauma. Much of this effect is discussed in...

Continuity Planning for Wildfires

Continuity Planning for Wildfires

As noted in previous blogs, business continuity and emergency management are fairly broad terms encompassing a large range of potential crises, disasters, risks, and disruptions. Natural disasters are, arguably, one of the most potentially devastating of these...

What Not to Do in Risk Management

What Not to Do in Risk Management

As a crucial arm of both compliance and business continuity planning, risk management is commonly a mandatory and revered part of loss prevention and mitigation protocol; without it, your business jeopardizes its chances of remaining viable amidst defaults, crisis and...

Equipping Yourself for Stronger Continuity

Equipping Yourself for Stronger Continuity

There are many layers to proper business continuity planning, but perhaps one of the most important is the garnering of proper equipment. Even if your plan is well-drafted and effectively thought out, it could quickly become unhinged due to equipment deficiencies or...

Quick Tips for Better Business Continuity Planning

Quick Tips for Better Business Continuity Planning

Continuity planning has become a cornerstone of any functional business’s organization, efficiency, and overall infrastructure, as it serves as a foundation for that business’s readiness in times of disaster and/or disruption. Without a concise and well-thought-out...

SRO’s and School Security

SRO’s and School Security

Amidst the myriad of mass shootings and violent attacks taking place every month, an increasing amount of districts are turning to armed school security and or police school resource officers (SRO’s) as an additional layer of protection. These officers are not...

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Pre-Trauma Training Approaches for First Responders

Though they receive proper training and are generally expected to be composed, focused, and situationally aware in moments of crisis, first responders remain susceptible to consistent — and sometimes elevated — psychological trauma. Much of this effect is discussed in...