STOP! Prevent Common Crisis Errors from Occurring

A crisis can occur at any moment, whether your organization is ready or not. Crises range from…

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Three Steps to Follow When Preparing for an Emergency Incident

In a previous article we discussed the four barriers to physical security: cost, aesthetics, convenience and belief…

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Crisis Communications: Context and Clarity

I recently saw, on social media, a political cartoon from 1941 with a question from the person…

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STOP! Opine Upon the Decisions Made During a Crisis

Imagine you’re sitting in front of the television or scrolling on your smart device watching the evening…

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Firestorm COO Hart Brown Featured on Cover of IRL Magazine

Insurance Research Letter

Firestorm COO Hart Brown’s article on the “Why” of a recent NOAA study defining 2017 as the…

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Four Barriers to Physical Security

Broken chain

Organizations must include in planning, the risk of a targeted violence event occurring on or around their…

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2017 Was the Costliest Year to Date – Here’s Why

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently released an updated historical table of disaster events. The…

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It Was a False Alarm… This Time

Hawaii EMA tweet

On January 13th at 8:07 a.m. local time, citizens and tourists in Hawaii received an emergency alert…

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Trending Data Analysis: What Formal Processes/ Plans do Organizations Currently have in Place?

7th Edition – Event Impact Management Study BC Management, an international recruitment and research company focused exclusively…

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