DRI International Maps Professional Practices to U.N. Disaster Risk Reduction Sendai Framework
*White Paper Provides Roadmap for Organizations to Implement Sendai Framework* New York, NY, August 24 — DRI International, the world’s foremos ... Continue Reading
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Three Business Takeaways From The Wildfires
California’s wildfires are slowly being brought under control, but bushfires are still burning in Australia. Whether your business is literally in the line of fire or not, there are key lessons that any business leader can apply when preparing for natural disasters.
18 top orgs, events, certifications for disaster recovery pros
If you're responsible for disaster recovery (DR) in your organization, you know exactly what the hot seat feels like. The second the lights go out, the clock starts ticking on the recovery time objectives. That's when you find out if disaster recovery are just words in your organization, or a real discipline.
[Spanish Language] Companies, Federal Government and experts, promote agenda to strengthen resilience
With the support of the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR), the ARISE Forum “Resilience for All: the importance of understanding risk” was held, where the Sector met for the first time in Mexico Private, the Federal Government and more than 300 experts to agree on an agenda on risk and disaster management due to the climate crisis aligned with the Sendai Framework and to build more resilient societies in the face of them.
The Morning Drive with Jillian Barberie and John Phillips - Oct. 31, 2019
DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky joined California's "Morning Drive" radio show with Jillian Barberie and John Philips to discuss the wildfires raging throughout the state, how organizations protect their structures, and how to prepare for future disasters. The interview begins at the 21 minute mark.
Don’t Get Vaporized: A Regulatory Lesson From The Vaping Ban
Increased regulatory oversight of the booming e-cigarette industry should have been visible through the e-mist. Any business involved in the manufacture and sale of these products could have predicted it and used that knowledge to come up with a plan to address it. For the big players, that could mean regulatory engagement, marketing shifts or product changes, all of which we are seeing now.