Category: Crisis

After the incident: Crisis communication in the digital age

Employers must now contend with a digital landscape that has the potential to negatively affect an organization’s image and message.

Raised highway collapses in Italian city of Genoa

Genoa, Italy - Major tourist motorway bridge collapsed during a lightning storm.

Is Winterfell a resilient castle?

Once again, everything comes back to Game of Thrones!

Preparing festivals and community events for emergencies

Communities are well aware of the importance of festivals as places to socialize, unwind and spend time with friends and family. Yet they often represent large gatherings of people where safety and security must be a priority.

As death toll soars, Guatemala officials admit volcano alert sent too late

Officials admit alert was too late to save lives as Guatemala volcano death toll hits 100.

Risk managers recognizing the importance of crisis communications

Historically, organisations facing crises have defaulted towards a ‘say nothing, do nothing, admit nothing’ approach out of fear that doing so would be construed as some form of admission of liability.

Guatemala volcano: Several dead as Fuego volcano erupts

Seven people are reported killed and Guatemala City airport closes after Fuego spews ash and smoke.

Is slavery present in your supply chain?

More than 5,000 potential victims of trafficking and modern slavery were reported to UK authorities last year, the highest number on record.

Glitches reported as emergency alert testing resumes across Canada

The same problems that affected Ontario on Monday are being seen across the country as tests continue.

Alert Ready will hit your smartphone: Here’s what it’s all about

Millions of cellphones, tablets and other portable devices will sound off across the country next week to test Canada’s new public emergency alert system.

Read all about it – IoT hacking, reputation and workplace safety

This week, how smart devices can be easily hacked in minutes, the importance of reputation management and we explore the new ISO 45001 standard.

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