It’s time to talk about disaster recovery
- Published on January 31, 2013
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
Floods, fires, earthquakes and other misadventures will happen in spite of our best plans. Their impact will sometimes be severe simply because we chose to locate our factories, offices, schools and homes in disaster-prone locations. A bush setting means that your home in the hills is a probable casualty in a bushfire. Building on landfill in Newcastle (or in Wellington and San Francisco) means greater risk when the earthquake inevitably arrives. Living close to the city in Brisbane and other riverside locations involves exposure to flooding.