With the brunt of the massive Hurricane Michael bearing down on the Florida Panhandle in 2018, several of the region’s hospitals were forced to evacuate patients. In the midst of these efforts, with windows exploding and rooftops blowing off, new patients arrived with various injuries associated with the storm. Calling it a perfect storm for disaster would be an understatement.
It might not be the first thing you think about when considering emergency preparedness, but having a plan for a critical incident or disaster makes good business sense.
Corporations have suffered tremendous losses because of unexpected events – natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, and wildfires, as well as man-made events such as office violence, active shooters, terrorism, or cyberattacks.
Cramming for exams should be about as stressful as the life of a college student gets. But as nerve-racking as school work can be, it’s an expected part of the college experience.
But more than ever, Higher Education Institutions have to be prepared for the unexpected. They have to be ready to respond swiftly and decisively to protect the lives of students, faculty, and staff when a disaster strikes.
Don’t Sleep Through Your Organization’s Cybersecurity Planning
Does the possibility of a cyberattack on your company or organization keep you up at night?
It doesn’t have to if you’re confident that you have prepared properly and have a plan for a rapid and decisive response to a data breach.
Exchange19 is just two weeks away! Have you registered? Time is running out!
Juvare’s Exchange19 conference will have a definite New Orleans flavor, with fun and fascinating networking activities that are unique to the Crescent City.
Who dat gonna be speaking at Exchange19?
If you want to be at the center of the universe for all things emergency preparedness and response, you don’t want to miss Juvare’s Exchange19 conference in New Orleans.
We’re excited to announce two outstanding keynote speakers...
As published in Goverment CIO Outlook.
When dealing with emergency management, organizations often adopt a rigid and manual approach towards preparedness and response. Due to existing system and/ or program limitations, organizations employ non-configurable solutions or are forced to change their internal processes when responding to incidents. For more than 20 years, the Georgia-based emergency and incident management company, Juvare, has been offering advanced emergency management solutions that efficiently and effectively address these challenges.