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What to Include in a Successful Disaster Management Communication Plan

 

The following blog post is by a guest blogger, Regan Hipp. 

Disasters are by definition impossible to foresee. An inefficient communication plan may even provoke more damage than an act of God.
 
When a disaster happens, an emergency response team must place a public information officer and hand them a communication strategy, so that they know how to handle the flow of key information among both the general public and public safety agencies. 
 
If you're new to the field, here's what you need to know. 

It's Hurricane Season: How to Prepare Your Business for Storms

While the main concern for everyone is their safety, the safety of their loved ones and of their homes, businesses can be impacted just as forcefully from such powerful storms.

Lack of preparations can cost business owners thousands or even millions of dollars in damages.

There are many things you can do to prepare your business for storms, so you can focus on the safety of more important aspects of your life until all is calm again.

Cloud vs On-Premise Software?

This is a guest post by Sara Carter. Sara is a co-founder of the website Enlightened Digital, entrepreneur, and Bostonian.  While writing in the tech and business space, her goal is to explore how changes in the digital world affect business growth and professional development, especially for women.

There are many options and vendors when it comes to computing software. For example, there are application suites such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), customer relationship management (CRM) offerings, and collaboration and content management applications in the software as a service (SaaS) race. However, there are a few other decisions to be made when it comes to utilizing this type of software solution. Organizations can either look to cloud hosting services or they can maintain their on-premise system.

5 Actions That May Be Sabotaging Your Risk Management [Video]

Organizations have always been managing risk, both formally and informally. Risk management as a profession, however, has become increasingly popular in the last few decades. With promises of huge financial savings and other benefits, organizations are eager to begin.

However, it should not be taken lightly. There is a process to follow, and there are several key issues that risk managers often have trouble with. If you feel your initiative isn’t fully effective, here are several actions that may be hindering your project and how to fix them. 

Beat the Odds of Survival: Risk Management for Small & Medium Enterprises

 

This week ClearRisk is proud to provide a guest post by Bert Fens of Forces Risk Management. Bert is a risk professional with 20+ years of international experience in risk management, holding several senior management positions. He is also a member of the Risk Management Consultants of Ontario (RMCO).

Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) can benefit considerably from a simple but effective risk management program.

Consider this: more than 2 out of 5 small business owners in Canada have experienced a significant disruption to their businesses; 80% of businesses affected by a major incident have to close within 18 months, yet 62% of business owners have placed business continuity planning low on their to-do-list and 18% of them admit that it is not even on their radar.

These numbers are a clear and very scary indicator that the odds of survival for companies that have been hit by a major loss are incredibly low.

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