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Defining Preparedness: Where Does Your Organization Stand?

Defining Preparedness: Where Does Your Organization Stand?

Preparedness.  According to Mirriam-Webster, preparedness is a noun indicating “the quality or state of being ready in advance.”  All organizations need to be in a state of preparedness ahead of potential critical events or disruptive incidents. Depending on the severity, these events could impact normal operations, jeopardize revenue, or put lives at risk. And, preparedness […]

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Ensuring Business Continuity Throughout the Holiday Season

Ensuring Business Continuity Throughout the Holiday Season

With Thanksgiving just one week away, I’m sure you’ve started to think about the upcoming holiday season. Cooking (or frying) a big butterball turkey, watching football games, and traveling to see friends and family are traditional Thanksgiving activities. In fact, AAA predicts 54.3 million Americans will journey 50+ miles from home this Thanksgiving, a 4.8 […]

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Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Power Outage: A Learning Lesson for All Businesses

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport Power Outage: A Learning Lesson for All Businesses

People across the world view power outages as a minor inconvenience, at businesses it can be much more than that. Don’t believe me? Just look at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. On December 17th, just one week before Christmas (the busiest travel time of the year) Hartsfield-Jackson experienced a power outage. At first they thought the […]

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How an EAP Can Help Save You

How an EAP Can Help Save You

An Emergency Action Plan (EAP) is a written document required by OSHA standards to facilitate and organize employer and employee actions during workplace emergencies. A well-developed emergency plan and proper employee training will result in fewer and reduced severe employee injuries and less structural damage to the facility during emergencies. In the recent Ohio State […]

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