Steve Bassine

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Jan 12, 2021

It often takes years to build a solid, profitable company, but it only takes minutes to dismantle it. When a crisis arises, minimizing the response time is critical and any delay can have significant and even fatal implications. In today's business, political, environmental and social realities, it is imperative for every business or facility to plan for the worst-case scenario and be prepared for any emergency. Every scenario has the capacity to negatively impact a company’s overall financial performance and reputation.

Is your business prepared? This emergency preparedness guide highlights the top best practices to help your business plan for and respond to incidents including how to:

  • Mitigate hazards and risks, and incorporate lessons learned
  • Prepare for scenarios that cannot be fully mitigated
  • Respond effectively to emergencies
  • Recover from emergencies and restore to pre-emergency condition
  • Achieve standardization of companywide emergency response plans

Read the whitepaper.

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