Tag: Disaster Recovery

Japan to test disaster warning system for Asia-Pacific region using satellite

The system could be particularly effective in encouraging evacuation and managing relief activities in remote areas such as small islands and mountainous regions

How long can you afford having your critical operations stopped?

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The cost of natural disasters in 2018: US$155 billion

This year was the fourth-costliest on record for the insurance industry despite a drop in total economic losses from natural and man-made catastrophes.

Barbados seeking to build disaster resilience

With tsunamis accounting for $280 billion in economic losses over the last 20 years, Barbados is working towards achieving disaster resilient communities and reducing disaster losses.

Business Continuity Management courses in Calgary, AB, Canada on 14-18 January

Can you continue your operations when your key location is unavailable?

Phone alerts for terrorist attacks and natural disasters

Europeans will be sent official alerts on their mobile phones if they are near a terrorist attack or natural disaster under an EU plan to reduce the risk of fake news causing chaos.

Typhoon Yutu: death toll reaches 15 after landslides hit Philippines

Dozens more are missing, particularly in the northern region of Cordillera, as searches continue.

Whose watch is it anyway?… Consultants and Business Continuity Planning

How to select and partner with a business continuity consultant to achieve optimum results when developing or enhancing your Business Continuity program.

How long can you afford having your critical operations stopped?

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Hawaii highlights how resilience is changing the narrative

As an island state, Hawaii knows all too well the destructive force of our planet, based on past experiences with Hurricanes Iwa (1982) and Iniki (1992) that affected multiple islands.

Read all about it – Hurricanes, Disasters and Emergency Management

Catch up on last weeks resilience news and stories with the latest edition of Read all about it! Risk Management, Natural Disasters, Emergency Management and many more.

Bite size resilience – A masterclass in resilience

Yes, we need technology and infrastructure, but what do we do when you don’t have access to those commodities? It shouldn’t stop you from being resilient.

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