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Exploring Risk Management Fundamentals

Posted by The Brain on Dec 14, 2018 4:00:00 AM

 

These aren’t the old days. Business leaders have finally gotten serious about managing topline risk at their companies. Just in time, too. Risk storm clouds have been gathering for a while now.

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Topics: Risk Management

“Disaster Voyeurism” and Other Things We Learned at the AAA (Australian Airports Association) National Conference

Posted by The Brain on Dec 12, 2018 4:00:00 AM

 

A few weeks ago, the team at Noggin attended the Australian Airports Association (AAA) National Conference, the pre-eminent aviation conference in the Asia-Pacific region. There, we learned all about the latest innovations in airport technology as well as new developments in best-practice principles.

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Topics: Emergency Response, Conferences & Events, Public Safety, Airports, Emergency Management

Developing a Crisis Management Plan for the Holidays

Posted by The Brain on Dec 6, 2018 4:33:49 AM

 

For retailers, the holiday season means big bucks. Last year's, the most robust in a decade, saw sales top $690 billion in the U.S. alone. Add in European sales, and that figure jumps up to one trillion dollars.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Crisis Plans, Crisis Planning, Noggin Crisis

Fielding a Full Incident Management Team under AIIMS

Posted by The Brain on Dec 5, 2018 6:12:55 AM

 

AIIMS is the Australasian Inter-service Incident Management System. The nationally recognized incident management structure in Australia, AIIMS has wide command, control, and coordination applicability in fire, land management, and other emergency situations, as well as for non-emergency incidents.

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Topics: Emergency Response, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Management, Incident Management

Noggin Launches Breakfast Seminars Initiative

Posted by The Brain on Nov 30, 2018 6:00:50 AM

 

A run-through of what happened

How prepared are organizations to tackle critical issues and major crises? That’s the question we at Noggin alongside our partner Deloitte posed to invited customers in an inaugural series of breakfast seminars exploring the theme of overconfidence and crisis preparedness.

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Topics: Critical Issues Management, Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Crisis Plans, Work Health Safety, Risk Management, Conferences & Events, Enterprise Resilience

With Fires Back in the Headlines, It's Time to Read up on the Incident Command System

Posted by The Brain on Nov 22, 2018 3:00:00 AM

 

California is ablaze. Northern California’s Camp Fire has already become the deadliest in the state’s history. The Woolsey fire, rampaging through heavily-populated Los Angeles and Ventura counties, is comparable in size to the city of Denver. For crisis leaders, it’s past time to dust of those corporate crisis plans and get serious about severe weather preparedness.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Noggin Crisis, Crisis Planning, Crisis Plans, Emergency Response

Trump’s Forest Management Claims: Fact or Fiction?

Posted by The Brain on Nov 21, 2018 7:15:23 AM

 

With a couple of tweets – how else? – President Trump inserted himself directly into the California wildfire crisis, blaming “poor forest management” as the cause of the “massive, deadly, and costly forest fires” and threatening, for good measure, to pull funding (presumably for federal firefighting assistance).

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Topics: Crisis Management, Noggin Crisis

The 14 Core Features of the Incident Command System

Posted by The Brain on Nov 14, 2018 8:03:49 AM

 

If you’re involved in emergency management in the U.S., you’ve probably heard of the Incident Command System (ICS). A key feature of the U.S. National Incident Management System (NIMS), ICS is an operational incident management structure that provides a standardized approach to the command, control, and coordination of emergency response in the U.S.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

Ten Years Later: Companies are still paying a steep reputational toll for the financial crisis

Posted by The Brain on Nov 8, 2018 3:00:00 AM

 

How much did corporate reputations slump during the financial crisis? A lot, at least according to industry actors at the time. For instance, when polled in 2009, 85 percent of executives agreed that the public’s trust in business had diminished.

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Topics: Noggin Crisis, Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Crisis Plans

Why Volunteer Reliability and Retention Management Has Become a Huge Challenge

Posted by The Brain on Nov 7, 2018 8:45:35 AM

 

Been managing volunteers, especially disaster response volunteers, for the last few decades? Then, you’ve probably noticed a shift. There’re fewer long-term volunteers; new volunteers are harder to come by than ever; and your base of existing volunteers is serving historically short stints.

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Topics: Emergency Response, Resource Management, Emergency Task Management, Public Safety, Emergency Management


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