An estimated 25 percent of businesses don’t re-open after a major disaster, according to the Institute for Business and Home Safety. All businesses are at risk of a disaster, and having a plan allows business to get a jump start on recovery, re-open faster and reduce losses. As an EHSQ leader, you can help your organization prepare for the most likely hazards. In this informative webinar, our speakers will offer expert advice on best practices to prepare for an emergency at your facility.
By watching this webinar, you will learn:
- How to create a business continuity plan to be prepared for disasters,
- Learn about your risks and understand how frequency and severity can impact business, and
- Advice from our expert on best practices.
Anyone interested in learning about how to plan for disasters and mitigate their impacts.
Business Resiliency Manager, Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety
Gail joined IBHS in 2011 as the business resiliency manager. She is responsible for the Open for Business® program, a business continuity and property protection planning tool for small- to mid-sized businesses for IBHS member company employees, agents and policyholders.