June is the beginning of hurricane season and along with that comes an increase in coastal flooding risk. However, there are several other kinds of flood events to consider throughout the year.
When you start to hear stories of hurricane, tornado and severe thunderstorm warnings, you may not immediately think of flash flooding.
With the Hurricane Season right around the corner, the time is now to ensure you have a business continuity/disaster recovery plan in place. Even if you live in a state rarely affected by hurricanes, business interruptions happen every day, and…
Guest Blogger: Michael Rogers – Operations Director, USInsuranceAgents.com Whether it is an earthquake, tsunami, tornado or other natural disaster, a business must ensure that it is prepared to survive both the disaster and its aftermath.
The Agility Operations Team for the month of April responded to a combination of active weather situations and isolated events supporting power, connectivity & technology requirements. This translated into 15 alerts and 2 disaster declarations. April Events – Here is…
With the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season only a few weeks away, the time is now to begin preparations.
A key element of recovery planning is the recognition that a Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Plan is never truly finished. Testing plays a vital role in making sure your plan evolves with your business and the threats it might face.
Once a year, many states in the U.S. devote a week to severe weather awareness and preparedness for tornadoes. Have you practiced your plan for when actual severe weather strikes?
Most organizations know supply chain vulnerability could pose a threat to their operations, yet few take proactive steps to mitigate that risk or enhance the preparedness of partners.
The Agility Operations Team witnessed an active March with 41 alerts and 10 disaster declarations throughout the month, many of which were related to Winter Storm Stella.