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Emergency Planning for Business Continuity

A crisis can occur with little or no warning. The costs associated with crises can be monumental and can negatively affect your organization. How prepared is your organization? Does your organization have an emergency plan?

Join safety expert Anthony Rocheford to learn about the importance of having an emergency plan and a business continuity strategy that will mitigate the negative operational and financial impacts on your organization following a crisis.

By watching this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The important elements of emergency planning,
  • How to accurately assess risks,
  • The five best practices for policies and procedures, and
  • The cost impact of accidents on business continuity.



Safety professionals looking to learn the importance of emergency planning and how to mitigate the negative operational and financials impacts.


Anthony Rocheford
Safety Management Specialist, B.A.G Consulting Ltd.
Anthony is a leading authority on OHS matters in the Caribbean. He has over 30 years’ experience in the public sector, private sector and industrial sectors, 13 of which were as a factory inspector with the Government of Barbados, a role which included conducting workplace inspections, accident investigations and ensuring legislative compliance. Rocheford served as safety advisor on the Risk Assessment and Monitoring Committee for Industrial Development of the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management, a Member of the American Society of Safety Engineers, a Member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), a Certified Auditor/Lead Auditor OHSAS 8001, and a Registered Safety Consultant (OSHCR) HSE UK.

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