and business continuity how-to guide
Minimize HR and business risk
Natural disasters, health pandemics, power outages, cyber-attacks and other emergencies are increasingly common and could ruin an organization that isn't prepared. You can minimize the risks from emergencies and disasters with this clear and comprehensive how-to guide.
Start developing and implementing your emergency response and business continuity plan today.
The risk of an infectious disease pandemic such as Zika or Ebola may be low in Canada, but this current version of the guide provides the information you need to prepare for and respond to an outbreak of any infectious disease emergency.
Available in print and PDF
What's inside the guide?
- A step-by-step plan to develop and implement an effective emergency response and business continuity plan to meet the risk of the various types of emergencies your organization could encounter
- An overview of the laws that affect emergency planning and response and your obligations
- Clear information on the roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder in emergency management
Print ISSN: 2292-244X Online ISSN: 2292-2458
This guide is currently up to date. If a new edition or update of this guide is published within 60 days of your purchase, the PDF version of the up-to-date guide will automatically be emailed to you. Print copies are available at an additional charge.
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