A disaster is any event that will significantly impact your company’s operations — and I mean Anything. Traditionally, this means a hurricane, fire, flood, or earthquake. Non-traditionally, this means a toxic waste release, computer system crash, power outage, labor strike, community illness and many others. Unfortunately, disasters happen more frequently than we would prefer. So how can you use disaster management planning to make sure you’re prepared? Continue reading What are the Steps to Disaster Management Planning?
An updated fire safety manual will be clear, easily accessible, and familiar to all employees, and it should cover the protocol for preventing fire and dealing with it in the event that a fire occurs.
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Your disaster recovery will depend on how well team members understand and have practiced their roles. The company’s Disaster Recovery Team is drawn from the company’s available personnel resources, and may include service vendors. Your Disaster Recovery Team functions as a strategic planning and tactical response unit. Team members may be assigned temporary duties, responsibilities and a level of authority beyond their normal employment classification. Continue reading Who Is on a Disaster Recovery Team?
People are losing their jobs as a result of business establishments closing due to the government’s lockdown protocol to curtail the contagion of coronavirus. Businesses that undergo surveys are expected to have a decline in revenue in the upcoming six months due to the lockdown. Continue reading How to Manage Business Income Loss During a Pandemic like COVID-19
Nobody knows when this uniquely difficult time will end, but if you do work in the hospitality sector, how can you let clients know that your business is very much alive and kicking? Continue reading How To Keep Your Hospitality Business Afloat During COVID-19
Worrying statistics have found that 43% of all cyber-attacks target small businesses. These figures point to other precarious facts, for instance: about half of all small businesses don’t survive the first cyber attacks. Continue reading Using Behavioral Analytics to Boost Business Cyber-Security