2020 Continuity Insights New York Virtual Exhibit Hall

Welcome to Witt O’Brien’s

Disasters happen. It’s a question of when, not if. Every company and community must be ready to overcome crisis and rebound quickly. Our mission is to help you do just that. We bring decades of experience managing almost every major disaster in recent history. Everything we do is designed to make you more resilient. We’re a member of the SEACOR family of companies, traded on the New York Stock Exchange. We’re operationally and financially strong. We’re the thin line between order and chaos—a trusted partner in your hour of need.

Contact: 24/7 Emergency +1 985 781 0804
Headquarters
1201 15th Street NW
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Washington DC 20005
T: +1 202 585 0780
contact@wittobriens.com

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Corporate Solutions
Most businesses are not crisis-ready. If disaster strikes, they don’t have a plan and quickly lose control of the situation. That damages their clients, operations, reputation—even their viability.  We help you prepare for the unexpected and manage the crisis. Our mission is to help you minimize disruption and get back to business as usual, as quickly as possible. Our experience is broad and deep. We partner with over 1,000 companies around the world. Our clients range from leading energy and shipping companies to social media, consumer goods, retail, financial services, manufacturing and more.

Emergency Management

Crisis Management

Business Continuity

Crisis Communications

EHS & Regulatory Compliance

Regulatory Security Compliance

COVID-19 Resources
Q&A: How to Get FEMA Emergency Funding During the COVID Crisis

Five Strategies for Managing Hurricane Response During COVID-19

WEBINAR: You Can’t Stop. The Time to Plan for Office Re-Opening is Now

RETURN TO WORK GUIDELINES

HOW TO ADAPT TO COVID-19 Leadership, crisis management and business continuity

Resource Library
Should I respond to that social media comment?

The press officer vs. the spokesperson

The psychology of information: Why lies are more believable than truths