November 22, 2011: Severe Winter Weather & Your Business Continuity Plans
- Published on November 22, 2011
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Severe Winter Weather & Your Business Continuity Plans
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST
TAMP Systems will present ideas on how to deal with Severe Winter Weather and your Business Continuity Plans (BCP).
Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. When creating a Business Continuity Plan (BCP), a business is creating a document that helps plan to react to the result of a disaster and in the process hopes to minimize the losses to the business.
Winter weather can provide a multitude of challenges. How can you provide your services when your employees are stranded at home due to a blizzard? Addressing the effects of severe weather on your business before it strikes is the key to effectively managing your workforce. Business should have a focused inclement weather policy, as well as a keen understanding of how to communicate with your employees and customers during dismal conditions.
How do you deal with a lack of electric power when an ice storm brought down power lines to your building? Can one of your other facilities handle production, while your facility is dealing with a major winter storm? A BCP can help us plan to deal with these types of issues that can be caused from severe weather.
Join us for an informative Severe Winter Weather Webinar so you can be ready for whatever Mother Nature has in store for you.
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