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The Challenges Manual Processes Pose to Meeting Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs)

Posted by The Brain on Aug 4, 2020 4:51:12 PM

We’ve said it before. Producing the assets that are relevant to the context of your organisation will only strengthen a business case for the business continuity planning resources needed to maintain acceptable levels of risk – once you’ve measured them.

But what would those resources look like? We argue, practical business continuity technology should be part of the mix. Why? Well, during moments of disruption, every minute matters. And manual processes are ill fitted to help you meet recovery time objectives (RTOs). Read on to find out why.


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Topics: Crisis Planning, Crisis Newsletter

How to Teach Your Clients to Take a Dynamic Approach to Crisis Management Planning

Posted by James BW on Jun 23, 2020 5:10:20 PM

Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements is critical to your client’s business. But crisis and business continuity planning – often mandated by law – shouldn’t be a box-ticking exercise. Unfortunately, too many of your clients fall into the trap. What risks do they face treating crisis preparedness as a compliance-first practice? 

First things first: regulatory mandates following crises are ubiquitous – that’s been the case far before the onset of the COVID-19 crisis. In the U.S., for instance, employers with more than ten workers must have written emergency action plans that specify what workers and others at the workplace should do in the event of an emergency.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Noggin Partners, Partner Newsletter

Planning to Maintain Duty of Care during a Public Health Crisis

Posted by The Brain on Mar 12, 2020 4:03:30 AM

 

With a surge of coronavirus cases around the world, new reports of workplace closures due to fear of exposure are emerging outside of coronavirus-epicenter, China, and outbreak hotspots like Hong Kong, South Korea, and Italy.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Work Health Safety, Crisis Planning, Safety Management, Safety Newsletter

Six Crisis Management Measures You Should Take to Mitigate the Impact of the Coronavirus to Your Business

Posted by The Brain on Mar 5, 2020 3:56:58 AM

 

For those of us that had forgotten, the outbreak and spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to multiple continents should remind us that the risk of a critical global health incident must be factored into crisis and business continuity planning – and not just for companies with exposed supply chains.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Business Continuity, Crisis Planning, Crisis Newsletter

How to Prepare for the Coronavirus Risk to Exposed Supply Chains

Posted by The Brain on Mar 4, 2020 5:57:26 AM

 

The risk of the novel coronavirus to global supply chains is significant, experts say. And it’s easy to see why. For one, there is no historical precedent for the potential impact of the coronavirus on increasingly complex, global supply chains.

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Topics: Risk Management, Emergency Management, Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Safety Management, Epidemic Response Module

What Actions Should You Take to Respond Better to Public Health Crises

Posted by The Brain on Feb 20, 2020 5:08:06 AM

 

As of mid-February, over 64,000 cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported, with wartime measures increasingly becoming the norm throughout mainland China. The reach of the coronavirus, however, is global. The World Health Organization (WHO) has already declared a public health emergency of international concern.

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Topics: Emergency Management, Crisis Management, Emergency Response, Crisis Planning, Emergency Management Newsletter

Severe Weather Emergency Planning: What business leaders need to do in 2020

Posted by The Brain on Jan 10, 2020 4:04:08 AM

 

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

What to Consider When Purchasing Crisis Management Software

Posted by The Brain on Dec 4, 2019 3:18:23 PM

 

Nowadays, firms can expect some form of value-destroying corporate crisis at least twice a decade. And even those numbers might be too optimistic. In fact, a 2018 Forrester survey found that a full 100 percent of companies experienced a critical event in the last two years. Many dealt with multiple.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Crisis Newsletter

The Limits of Compliance-Driven Crisis Management Planning: And how to take a dynamic approach to crisis management planning

Posted by The Brain on Nov 7, 2019 3:19:12 AM

 

Ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements is critical to your business. But crisis and business continuity planning – often mandated by law – shouldn’t be a box-ticking exercise. Unfortunately, too many firms fall into the trap. What risks do those companies face treating crisis preparedness as a compliance-first practice?

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Topics: Crisis Management, Crisis Planning, Crisis Newsletter

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


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