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An Introduction to ISO 22320

Posted by The Brain on Nov 5, 2019 10:44:21 AM

 

For some time now, the research points up clear challenges in interagency response to large-scale emergencies, citing delays in getting assistance and rescue underway, delays in decision making, and lack of clarity in command and control structures, etc. The key question is why, what factors explain the situation on the ground.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Task Management, Emergency Response

The Changing Risk Profile in the Education Sector

Posted by The Brain on Nov 1, 2019 4:11:08 AM

 

Today’s education sector is confronting a sharp uptick in risk and uncertainty. In turn, the practice of risk management is becoming foundational to the way schools, districts, and campuses operate, as effective risk management comes to be seen as a better way not only to identify and manage risks, but also to promote quality, continuity, and accountability.

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Topics: Risk Management, Crisis Management, Education, Education and Schools, Integrated Safety and Security

How to Ensure Clients Implement Your Crisis Plans

Posted by Gunnar Habitz on Oct 29, 2019 6:50:56 AM

 

Eighty-four percent of organisations have a crisis management plan in place according to Deloitte’s global crisis survey, “Stronger, fitter, better.” Unfortunately, they don’t test those plans regularly.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Noggin Crisis, Critical Issues Management, Crisis Plans, Crisis Planning, Partner Newsletter

How Educational Institutions Should Address the Re-emerging Bomb Threat

Posted by The Brain on Oct 25, 2019 6:08:37 AM

 

Security incidents have become increasingly common in schools and universities. And bomb threats, in particular, are on the rise. Just look at the data.

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Topics: Security Management, Crisis Newsletter, Integrated Safety and Security

Why the Case for Siloing Safety and Security Breaks Down

Posted by The Brain on Oct 23, 2019 4:06:17 AM

 

It’s always been common for practitioners to treat safety and security as different properties – not just entities requiring different systems but distinct vocabularies and frameworks, as well. But increasingly the question is asked, how tenable is continuing to silo safety and security management? The answer: not tenable at all.

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Topics: Security Management, Safety Management, Integrated Safety and Security

What Emergency Managers Need to Know about ISO 22320

Posted by The Brain on Oct 17, 2019 4:40:43 AM

 

Been involved in large-scale disaster response? Then, you know all about the unique challenges of interagency operations, from delays in getting assistance and rescue underway to lack of clarity in command and control structures once on the ground, plus variable decision making throughout.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Emergency Management Newsletter

Three Key Considerations for an Integrated Safety and Security Management Platform

Posted by The Brain on Oct 16, 2019 8:19:50 AM

 

What integrated safety and security management capabilities do you need?

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Topics: Security Management, Safety Management, Integrated Safety and Security

With Legacy Wastes back in the News, How Can PCBUs Confront the Key Challenges of Hazardous Waste Management?

Posted by The Brain on Oct 10, 2019 5:40:43 AM

 

The story is well known. Hazardous substances were long bedrocks of the industrialized, global economy. But subsequent advances in environmental and health science caused a reevaluation of the use of hazardous waste in industry. In turn, governments installed thoroughgoing regulatory regimes to safeguard the health of workers, especially in heavy industry.

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Topics: Work Health Safety, Safety Management, Safety Newsletter

This Hurricane Season Read up on the Incident Command System

Posted by The Brain on Oct 3, 2019 1:34:42 AM

 

Just last month, Hurricane Dorian cut a destructive path through the Bahamas. As a historic category-5 hurricane, the storm leveled the Abaco Islands, leaving a rising death toll of 53 with more than 1,000 people missing.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Emergency Management Newsletter, Crisis Newsletter

From Advisory to Enablement: Unpacking the challenges and opportunities towards sustainable implementations

Posted by Gunnar Habitz on Sep 26, 2019 4:44:51 AM

 

The recent Noggin User Conference in Sydney brought together consultants, technology partners, and service professionals to illustrate what a best-practice customer journey looks like, from initial gap analysis to full system implementation.

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Topics: Noggin Partners, Partner Newsletter


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