By Steve Crimando, Behavioral Science Applications Out of Sight Cannot Mean Out of Mind Professionals concerned with safety, security and workplace violence prevention are likely to be familiar with Type IV workplace violence. In its well-worn four-type model, OSHA describes Type IV violence as intimate partner or domestic violence that … Read more
Corporate Smokejumper: Crisis Management Tools, Tales, and Techniques If you always wondered what it is like to be inside the conference room where executives wrestle with complex dilemmas, here are tales from behind the closed doors. Gil Meyer will share the inside perspective of a veteran practitioner who throughout his … Read more
Tom Serio of Verizon Wireless talks about the importance of wireless communications in a disaster mode.
Frank Shultz, BC In The Cloud – catching up with the rapid change of information within the BC market.
B8: Your First 100 Days – Seven Steps to Maximizing Your BC Program Phil Lambert Ripcord Solutions Business continuity professionals change jobs for a variety of reasons, often a new opportunity, significant challenge, or to find a different company culture. Regardless of the circumstance, this session will provide you with … Read more
Michelle Lowther developed an innovative housing program focused specifically on business continuity & disaster recovery, in which hotel accommodations for critical personnel are guaranteed to be available if and when they’re needed.