How to respond to catastrophic events
2. Why now?
Safety system failures at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, structural compromise of the New Orleans levies, and the collapse of the World Trade Center remind us of the tragic losses brought on by Black Swan events.
While each of these events was possible, none was predicted.
What you need are easily-adaptable principles and protocols to guide your organization's response to catastrophic events.
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Answers to your questions, at a glance
Prepared for the catastrophic black swan?
- "Black swans" are unexpected, unpreventable, and catastrophic events. These guidelines can help guide your organization's response to recover as quickly and effectively as possible.