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Less is more: Vendor Consolidation for Commercial Real Estate

Less is more: Vendor Consolidation for Commercial Real Estate

With so many aspects of business continuity and emergency preparedness, it’s easy for property managers to end up with multiple vendors all striving for the same end result – ensuring your building is prepared for and able to respond to an emergency situation. While it might seem like by having so many emergency preparedness and […]

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No Business is Immune to Violence: Preparing for and Responding to Active Shooters

No Business is Immune to Violence: Preparing for and Responding to Active Shooters

Just over a month after 58 people were killed at a Las Vegas country music festival, a lone gunman opened fire on the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas during a Sunday morning worship service. Using a Ruger assault-style rife, the 26 year old gunman killed 26 people during the attack, with the youngest victim […]

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What Does Shelter in Place Really Mean?

What Does Shelter in Place Really Mean?

One of the most confusing phrases when it comes to emergency preparedness is “shelter-in-place.” While it is an incredibly common phrase, it can also easily be misinterpreted by those who are not familiar with emergency preparedness. People tend to think that shelter-in-place means that they need to stay exactly where they are and not move. […]

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Keeping Your Company Cyber-Secure: Learning from Whole Foods’ Mistakes

Keeping Your Company Cyber-Secure: Learning from Whole Foods’ Mistakes

These days it seems like every other week there is a massive cyber security breach. Between InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), Arby’s, Chipotle, Gmail, Kmart and Equifax, 2017 has been full of cyber-attacks. As of September 28th, another big-named company, Whole Foods was added to the list of security breach victims. One thing we can learn from […]

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Keeping Your Business Operations Running During Evacuations

Keeping Your Business Operations Running During Evacuations

Between the La Tuna brush fire in the Verdugo Mountains becoming the largest ever fire in the city of Los Angeles, Hurricane Harvey bringing mass destruction and flooding to Texas, Hurricane Irma ripping through the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and headed straight to Florida, Hurricane Jose gaining strength in the Atlantic Ocean, Hurricane Katina […]

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