What has changed in emergency planning, risk management, and business continuity?

What has changed in emergency planning, risk management, and business continuity?

Not the basics, but all three are substantially evolved, elaborated, and refined. (Uh oh, I read that as complicated, expensive, time taking, and slowing production…  Should I?)

We suggest instead that you would be working to assure personal and business survivability and to gain the comfort of having things under control, and likely to stay that way with due attention. Sure, much of life and business is luck, but to be lucky, a business needs to be around.Let’s have at it, while nothing has happened – yet. Next blog talks about what we can do before something does happen. After that, we will talk about after.

Until then relax with the thought of a hot water leak on the top floor, a smoky fire in a transformer space, or a live shooter. ‘Back shortly.

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David Reynolds

David Reynolds, founder of FM-Consult-Create brings an engineering, teaching, and technical consulting background to FM. His interests are facility design, operation and maintenance for optimum life cycle performance, innovation, emergency response and business continuity, and FM process design, performance measurement and improvement -­‐ the last three being his areas of focus.

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