The well-rehearsed disaster plans of some companies allowed them to continue to serve customers without missing a beat during and after Hurricane Sandy. Improvising creative solutions in the face of the unforeseen allowed others to continue to serve customers during this difficult time.
You can't prevent or anticipate all disasters, so you should prepare and practice for them. Knowing where to go and what critical functions need to be restored can provide you and your employees confidence when responding to a disaster. Identifying potential threats, assessing their potential impact, assigning priorities, and developing planned responses are the basic principles of sound business continuity planning. Such reviews often categorize threats on a scale from high to low, according to both their probability of occurring and the impact each could have on the institution.
Included in this webinar
- 3 case studies of businesses that didn't miss a beat
- Business Continuity issues that might be overlooked
- Changes carriers are likely to make after Hurricane Sandy
- Strategies for making claims resolution easier
- Attributes of a resilient business
- Tips for helping your employees as they help your customers
- Strategies to keep communications clear
- Strategies for getting people and products from here to there when transportation is limited or unavailable
Who should watch:
- Risk managers
- Financial officers
- Chief Financial Officers
- Business owners
- Property Managers
This complimentary webinar will be of interest to businesses and organizations in all industries throughout the U.S. and Canada. The lessons in this webinar apply to planning for any disaster - not just hurricanes.