In a recent article posted by Paul Kirvan and posted on the website, Mr. Kirvan presents information showing how business continuity professionals can be more actively in emergency management planning activities for their organization.

We hope that by stressing the importance of emergency management planning activities and processes, every organization will be better prepared “to prevent, mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from an incident that threatens life, property, operations or the environment.” (…as quoted from the definition of emergency management by the National Fire Protection Association No. 1600 (NFPA1600).

Our staff  believes the information presented in this posting qualifies to be part of the required reading for those emergency management planners as well as those business continuity, disaster recovery and emergency response team members in any organization.

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