The Noggin Blog

Why Contractor Relationships Are Foundational to Building a Safety Culture

Posted by The Brain on Jan 12, 2021 1:16:09 PM

It’s the new year, and you’ve made the commitment to build (or enhance) your safety culture. Only problem is your contractors and suppliers haven’t made the same commitment to prioritise their safety culture. Why does it matter and what can you do about it? 

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Topics: Safety Management, Safety Newsletter

Plan for Severe Weather Events in 2021

Posted by The Brain on Dec 18, 2020 3:00:03 PM

2020 was no doubt a year for the crisis record books. So, what can crisis leaders expect in the year ahead? Not Nostradamus-level prognostication, here, but the safe bet is on the acceleration of severe weather events. 

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Topics: Crisis Planning, Crisis Newsletter

Discuss These COVID-19 Business Continuity Lessons with Your Clients

Posted by The Brain on Dec 15, 2020 3:00:23 PM

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With a vaccine now in the offing, many of your clients will be tempted to turn the page on the pandemic. But those companies who failed to remember the business continuity lessons of prior pandemics like SARS and H1N1 condemned themselves to repeat them during COVID-19. Now it’s your job to keep your clients from repeating the lessons of COVID-19 in the public health crises of the future. 

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Topics: Noggin Partners, Partner Newsletter

Apply the Larger Lessons of the Hospital Security Crisis to Your Business

Posted by The Brain on Dec 15, 2020 2:28:03 PM

Healthcare workers have long faced significant risk of violence on the job. But the hospital security crisis didn’t just happen by chance. Specific reasons explain these high rates of occupational violence.

Think those reasons don’t matter to you? Think again. Many of the underlying, hospital security risk factors are germane to most professional sectors.

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Topics: Security Newsletter

With Major Events Coming Back, Can Major Event Management Keep Up?

Posted by The Brain on Dec 15, 2020 12:52:45 PM

In this age of COVID-19, all-hazards planning has never been more integral to effective major event management. But the size of these events (including major disasters) means planning is often parceled out between a diverse set of stakeholders, potentially increasing operational risk. What, then, is needed to mitigate risk and enhance major-event emergency response capabilities? 


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Topics: Emergency Management Newsletter

How to Achieve Safety Compliance When Regulations Are Shifting Fast

Posted by The Brain on Dec 8, 2020 9:46:32 AM

Safety compliance challenges have never been starker than in this age of rapidly shifting regulations. But achieving compliance is still possible.

Of course, senior leaders will have to redirect their safety compliance efforts away from piecemeal interventions and toward an enterprise-wide, risk-based approach. What does that strategy entail, exactly? 

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Topics: Safety Newsletter

How to Get Started with Business Recovery from the COVID-19 Crisis

Posted by The Brain on Dec 1, 2020 4:29:12 PM

Most models of business recovery assume that the crisis itself has ended. Unfortunately, COVID-19 has proven far more durable than most major disasters. So, for businesses trying to get back to full, pre-crisis operations – the goal of recovery – what can be done to mitigate the logistical hurdles of business recovery from the COVID-19 crisis?

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Topics: Crisis Newsletter

Help Improve Your Client’s Crisis Management Training

Posted by The Brain on Nov 24, 2020 6:15:34 PM

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Crisis management plans are great. But if we’ve learned anything from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that they aren’t enough to ensure that your clients are prepared for a protracted crisis.

After all, when a crisis breaks, it’s execution that matters. And seamless execution entails regular training in crisis-like conditions. How to help your clients create those conditions? 


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Topics: Partner Newsletter

With Cyber Attacks on the Rise, Don’t Neglect Incident Reporting Requirements

Posted by The Brain on Nov 24, 2020 5:55:05 PM

When many in-person industries shut down at the beginning of the pandemic, remote work took off. An unintended consequence of these rapidly assembled teleworking arrangements, though, was the steep rise in cyber attacks.

But attacks themselves aren’t the only incidents Security teams and their enterprises have to worry about. There’s also the reporting that comes after. 


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Topics: Security Newsletter

The Role of Capability Management in the Age of Disasters

Posted by The Brain on Nov 17, 2020 4:59:52 PM

Even in the age of COVID-19, getting resources to the right place at the right time is still only half the battle. Relief organisations and agencies still confront barriers, ensuring that those resources are productive once on site. What’s one of the most difficult, and how to overcome it? 

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Topics: Emergency Management Newsletter

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