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From planning to recovery, having specific procedures in place for disasters helps protect facilities from immediate and long-term damage.
Sungard AS study finds CIO and IT professionals worry most about information security, downtime, and talent acquisition.
Emphasizing how essential America’s critical infrastructure is to national security and economic growth, President Barack Obama has proclaimed November to be Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month.
HUD partners with the Rockefeller Foundation to announce $1 billion competition.
In conjunction with Building Safety Month, chief executive officers (CEOs) of almost two-dozen leading design and construction industry associations issued a joint statement on resilience.
When planning for possible threats, don’t forget this aspect of your facility workings. From the October 2013 issue.
With the average Hurricane Season typically having nine to 12 named storms, of which five to seven reach hurricane strength and one to three become major hurricanes, the numbers and resources for 2013 are clear indicators that facility managers need to heed this warning and prepare their businesses—now.
Urban Green Council to lead building resiliency task force in NYC; blue ribbon panel to make in-depth recommendations on building preparedness.
In a post-Sandy world, how can facility managers prepare to bring operations back online without causing even greater problems?
Facility managers at companies with no plan or an incomplete plan will see opportunities to design backup systems, secure inventories, and create contingencies to get back to business as soon as possible. Taking into account such considerations as insurance, supply chain, alternate facilities (as your publication is doing), and redundant data systems are all things that should be top-of-mind for facility managers and others charged with disaster recovery/business continuity.