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  • Are You Basing Your Preparedness On A Myth?

    Are you basing your preparedness on a myth? If you are basing it off one of the following you might be: You need 3 days worth of supplies to survive You need 3 days food and water The supermarket holds only 3 days worth of food (for a community/or person) These are what I call The 3 Day Preparedness Myth. If you’ve been sucked into

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  • Do you know what kind of emergencies will impact your business?

    Do you know what kind of emergencies will impact your business? You need to be informed and it all starts with the Risk Assessment. Completing a risk assessment and staying informed of the hazards your business faces is a first step to completing your disaster planning. Your initial risk assessment need not be complex and you can start by simply

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  • Cost of Downtime Infographic 2015

    We recently created the above Cost of Downtime infographic to highlight some recent findings around the cost of downtime. According to the findings there are some interesting call outs such as the 41% increase in the cost per minute ($7,900 in 2013, and $5,600 in 2010) associated with downtime in the period from 2010 to 2013. Another interesting finding is the

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  • Continuity Co., LLC Recognized as a Top 20 Most Promising Disaster Recovery Solution Provider

    We are very proud to announce that Continuity Co., LLC has been recognized globally as a Top 20 Most Promising Disaster Recovery Solution Provider of 2015 by CIOReview Magazine. Let’s face it, it is not everyday the work we do gets recognized. In fact when you do such a great job, our clients can easily forget we are even there. Unless

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  • WorkPlace Violence and What to Do About It

    It was about five years ago that I wrote my first article on workplace violence on Disaster Preparedness Blog, and I am sad to say not much has changed in the last several years. According to OSHA, nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year, and homicide is the leading cause of death for woman in the

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