Lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries are increasingly impacting shipping safety with a number of fires. Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) marine risk consultants have long warned about the potential dangers that Liion batteries can pose if they are not handled correctly. In this risk bulletin, the AGCS team takes a deeper dive into the hazards and storage concerns associated with newly manufactured Li-ion batteries being shipped on vessels as cargo or already installed in new electric vehicles.
10 BCP Mistakes You Really Want to Avoid: Part 1
By Tam Williams, KingsBridge BCP: Wondering if your business is going to get your through the next wave of Covid-19 or some other business interruption? Make sure your planning efforts … Read more
New Study Details Business Continuity Trends and Challenges for 2018
Continuity Central has released the results of its annual survey of business continuity professionals and their expectations for the coming year. The top 10 change levels in the way organizations … Read more
Adaptive BC and COVID 19
In this educational webinar scheduled for September 18, 2021, authors David Lindstedt, PhD and Mark Armour will discuss the basics of Adaptive BC, including the 10 Principles, within the context … Read more