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Preparing for Disaster When ‘Disasters' Seem to Be Changing


Howard Mavity’s article “Preparing for Disaster When ‘Disasters’ Seem to Be Changing” was featured in CE Risk Management on September 14, 2015.

Once upon a time, the term “disaster” meant an explosion, crane or building collapse, or other deadly accident.

Disasters now include shootings, public unrest, cybercrimes, hacking, and efforts by third parties to cripple a company’s reputation and its dealings with customers, suppliers and regulators. If an event has disastrous effects, then it is a disaster even if there is no loss of life.

In the article, Howard provides employers with tips on how to develop a disaster response procedure. He advises Corporate to activate the following:

To read the full article, please visit CE Risk Management.


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