Severe weather is one of the biggest disruptors in business operations, regardless of your location. In 2020 alone, severe weather in the U.S. accounted for $99 billion in economic losses, with a record number of billion-dollar weather events. I work with businesses all over the world, in all different industries, to help them stay safe and if possible, operational before, during, and after natural disasters. While each of these businesses’ needs vary greatly, one key tool I recommend to them all is the tabletop drill. A tabletop drill or exercise requires staff to work together to run through their response…
Why We Need Transparency Around Root Cause Analysis
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A Global Institute for Business Continuity and Resilience Professionals
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