Infographic: Can your organization survive a Wildfire?

Update On Oregon Fires 7/19/2018: At least 163 wildfires were detected in the state after 2,300 lightning…

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How a Disaster on the Opposite Side of the Globe Can Impact Your Business

supply chain risk

By: Jim Satterfield, Firestorm CEO/President/Co-Founder, and Candace Kaiser, Firestorm Content Marketing Manager The world experienced two very…

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Disaster Can Strike Without Warning: Is Your Property Protected?

Storm Clouds over Charleston, South Carolina

Republished with permission of: McGowan Program Administrators When natural disasters strike, the results are often devastating for…

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Are We on the Verge of A Multi-Century Mega-Drought?

Western North America and specifically the Southwestern USA could be set for its worst drought in 1,000 years. Like all potential natural disasters, droughts and mega-droughts deserve a plan on the discussion agenda.

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Hurricane Sandy – Three Years Later – An Infograph

Hurricane Sandy affected 24 states. over 5,000 commercial airline flights scheduled for October 28 and 29 were…

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2015 Hurricane Season – In like a lamb, out like a lamb?

This week in history: September 21, 1989 – Hurricane Hugo crashed ashore South Carolina, U.S. A year…

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America’s Wildest Weather – An Infographic

“Tornadoes, floods, thunderstorm winds, hail, lightening, heat, wildfires, rip currents and tsunamis – Spring is three months…

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Top Natural Disasters that Threaten Businesses – An Infographic

The infographic and information below is courtesy of the great people at Eastern Kentucky University. Natural disasters…

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What Was the Biggest Crisis of 2014?

Instead of writing a blog about what we thought were the biggest crises of 2014, we want…

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Safety Check – The Facebook Feature You Need To Like

Predict.Plan.Perform.®, it’s nice to see others using our methodology. Predicting threats and crises, planning for how to…

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