There’s a time and a place for checklists – Insights by Guy Higgins

I recently read a white paper by the Cato Institute, Do Checklists Make a Difference? A Natural…

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WEBINAR – Firestorm Presents: The Scary Truth – Plans Need Exercise (For BIZ)

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Your reputation, brand, legacy and profitability hang in the balance when a crisis takes place. Using tabletop…

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How to Measure and Assess a Crisis Plan

As we enter the last quarter of 2018, let’s reflect on the year in crisis and risk….

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Small Failures Result in Big Crises – Insights by Guy Higgins

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I recently read a post by Dr. Bob Chandler about an airline crash that killed 71 people…

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2017 Indicated an Increase in the Activation of Crisis Management Plans

Program Updated Firestorm CEIM Study

In 2017, we witnessed dramatic natural events unfold, such as the flooding from Typhoon Hato and Hurricane…

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A Plan Made of Straw and Sticks

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A common bedtime story and iconic American Literature piece is the tale of the Three Little Pigs….

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3 Key Measurements in Evaluating Management of Risks

As we close the year, we should all review our responsibility to ensure the safety of those…

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Firestorm Principal Appointed to College’s Emergency Management Program Advisory Committee

Firestorm Principal, Ken Mercer, recently joined the efforts of creating a safe school and work environment at…

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4 Questions You Should Ask About Family Entertainment Center Risk Management

Republished with permission of McGowan Program Administrators It seems like each time you turn on the news…

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