A resource for dealing with disaster
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) For two decades the Disaster Resource Guide has been a must have document for business continuity professionals and even those working outside the industry, providing a comprehensive source for crisis/emergency management and business continuity information. The guide provides helpful case studies, ideas for best practice as well as countless summaries of conference, journals and publications that have been presented over the last year.
The 16th edition has recently been published and is set up to help you find information, vendors, organizations and many resources to help you prepare for, or recover from, any type of disaster. This edition also features two articles from BCI staff as well as many other articles from members of the Institute.
Helen Petrie explains how you can go from certification to membership and join the professional footpath for business continuity practitioners, and with this the networking, training and development opportunities that help shape the future of the profession.
Lyndon Bird and Lee Glendon reveal more about the increasing complexity of supply chains, something that generated significant interest when the BCI published its annual Supply Chain Resilience report at the BCM World Conference. The article discusses the key issues that arise for BC planners and provides practical tips to help combat them.
These are just two of the articles among hundreds and it is available as a free to download document. To get your copy click here: http://www.disaster-resource.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1732
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