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This blog post, written by ClearRisk's CEO, Craig Rowe, highlights the importance of crisis communications planning. Subscribe to ClearRisk's blog at blog.clearrisk.com for more risk management news and advice.
A fire has destroyed your manufacturing facility that produces 80% of your products. Your staff has nowhere to work, your suppliers have nowhere to ship goods, and your customers start looking for new suppliers. Now what?
Why is crisis communications planning so important?
Business continuity planning is one thing. It will help you identify possible disruptions, where to find alternate suppliers, where to set up temporary operations, etc. It is very important to know how to keep your business…
Location: Manitoba Timeframe: January – May 2011 Scope of Work: Design and Supply a Rapid Deployment Flood Protection System – Aqua Dam® Project Partners Owner/Client: Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Installation: Layfield, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation Crews, Canadian Armed Forces, and Local Volunteers Material supplier: Layfield
The Government of Manitoba through Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation solicited Request for Proposals for the purchase of Rapid Deployment Flood Protection Systems. Many factors were taken into account in the evaluation of various systems such as the product stability, system adaptability, material properties, resource requirements, initial capital cost, set-up costs, salvage/recovery costs, cleaning and overall mobility. A major factor in the evaluation process…