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Simplifying Business Continuity

April 25th, 2024 11:00-12:00PM
When a disruptive event happens—whether due to a natural disaster or power outage, train derailment, or accident—how ready is your team to respond?

If your organization not fully prepared, you risk profit loss, time loss, or serious injury—and damage to brand reputation. Business continuity expert Paul Breed brings new insight into practical considerations in business continuity for resilient operations.

In this webinar you will learn

  • Understand what business continuity really means, and why you need to plan for it now.
  • Learn the six professional practices behind business continuity.
  • Discover what you can do today to build resilience into your organization.

Presented By

Paul Breed MSc, MBCI, CSyP, FSyl

Business Continuity Specialist - Crisis, Security and Emergency Management

Lisa McGuire CRSP, ICD.D

Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC
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