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Disaster And Damage Recovery News

Mentor

LEARN COLLABORATE CONNECT SHARE GROW Questions? check out our FAQs below. We are excited to announce the DRJ Mentor Program – a 10-month accelerated learning path designed to promote education, opportunity, inclusion, and excellence surrounding the exploration and evolution of all aspects of business continuity and operational risk management. Using our proven framework and easy-to-access … Continue reading Mentor

December 4, 2019 – What’s Missing from Your Business Continuity Plan?: The Components of a Successful Business Continuity Plan

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The K.I.S.S. Method to BRP

The first thing you need prior to development of a detailed Business Resumption plan is to obtain senior management commitment in verbal and financial forms. Without management sign-off, you will be wasting a lot of time documenting a plan that most probably will only be a dust collector (or a paper tiger). Now that you … Continue reading The K.I.S.S. Method to BRP

Underground Flood Hits Chicagos’s Loop, Shutting Down Businesses for Weeks

Special ReportUnderground Flood Hits Chicagos's Loop, Shutting Down Businesses for Weeks by Richard L. Arnold, CDRP Editor-In-Chief, Disaster Recovery Journal The underground flood of Chicago on Monday, April 13, 1992 is proving to be one of the worst business disasters ever. It is exactly the kind of event that disaster recovery planners prepare for, but … Continue reading Underground Flood Hits Chicagos’s Loop, Shutting Down Businesses for Weeks

When Disaster Strikes: Disaster Recovery Planning can make the difference Corporate Survival

It could be as innocent as a construction crew accidentally cutting through an underground stone wall that holds back a river. Or as sinister as a terrorist bombing of a skyscraper. Or as sudden as an earthquake. Or as devastating as a hurricane.