Bill DelGrosso's blog

I Lost all of my Photos

In every disaster I have ever responded to from here to the Pacific islands, I have heard that phrase from disaster survivors I've spoken with.

We live in a visual world, and those photos are the memories of everything in our lives.

Kudos to Boston's most important responders: Bostonians

The people of Boston are to be congratulated for being the critical partner in responding to a disaster and apprehending a terrorist who killed 4 and injured nearly 200 of their neighbors and guests.

3 Values Your Business Continuity Plan Should Have

Your business lives with risk every day from competitors, cash flow, and changing technology. If you work somewhere where there is weather, rely on utilities in your workplace, or need clean water to run your business, then you need to integrate business continuity planning (BCP) into your business operations. Effective BCP prepares you to meet the challenges that disruptive incidents can have on your bottom line and require you to develop that expertise or hire it.

Take a New York Minute to Review Your Recovery Plan

Don Henley is right: everything can change in a New York Minute, and his lyrics underscore our standard focus on response to an emergency. Even in the best of conditions, post incident recovery is a long- term challenge requiring a leveling between response and recovery planning. The deplorable processing delays in veterans benefits is another example: we ramp up well; we didn’t plan how to re-integrate and support our veterans returning home from defending our freedom. Here’s a few pointers to get you started on what to do after the siren’s wail stops.

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