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For violence against health care workers to be managed, the profession needs to stop accepting violent acts as simply being a part of the job.
Businesses that focus on resiliency will benefit in the long run.
The Fort McMurray community is now focused on recovery, but it will be a long-term effort.
Learn how to create an emergency response plan and prepare for an Active Shooter incident.
The U.S. Geological Survey is funding the development of the next generation of earthquake early warning systems.
Aid organizations are stepping up risk management and safety programs for volunteers working in dangerous parts of the world.
The city quintupled its initial policy coverage to $50 million for the GOP Convention.
The threat of Zika continues to prompt calls for the cancellation of the 2016 Olympic Games.
Involving the community and public officials in emergency management planning can be difficult.
Political risk and trade credit insurance offer protection against uncertainty and pave the way for global growth.
Emergency notification “handshakes” are an increasingly popular way for companies to stay in touch with employees in conflict zones.
Health care facilities must balance safety and security concerns when considering protection methods.
Employees and employers must learn to spot the red flags that signal a situation on the brink of turning violent.
Brazil offers risk management and compliance challenges for U.S. companies.
Employers are still slow to take the necessary steps to ensure that their organizations are prepared for violence.
To survive a cyber attack, create a team of cyber crisis specialists; think of them as your Cyber Security Seal Team Six.
Reaching out to people in mental distress is an important step in stopping campus violence.
A company’s failure to communicate important information to survivors in the wake of a deadly shooting exacerbates a tragedy.
Reputational risk and political unrest are top of mind for risk executives.
In the aftermath of riots, urban-based companies are strengthening contingency plans to protect their facilities, and most importantly, their employees.
We must learn from past missteps and move forward, based on science and evidence-based risk management.