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September 13, 2011 / Dave Gorham

BCP 101 – A Business Continuity Planning Beginner's Checklist [free 30-min webinar]

The Association of Contingency Planners presents its sixth webinar in our year-long series of BC/DR presentations sponsored by ImpactWeather, Inc.

As with many critical processes, getting started is often the hardest part.  Join us on September 22nd at 10:30C for BCP 101 – A Business Continuity Planning Beginner’s Checklist, an introduction to Business Continuity Planning that will help you not only get the ball rolling but actually start the process with immediate momentum.   Learn more about the basics of disaster recovery, understand what you can do for an unplanned interruption and initiate simple steps to improve your preparedness today.

Webinar presenter Bob Boyd is president of Agility Recovery Solutions, an industry leader in helping all types of organizations worldwide to assess their threats, evaluate their resources and produce tangible, effective response plans.  Bob is an interesting, engaging presenter.

As with all the webinars in this series, you’ll learn best practices you can begin to implement right away:

  • The 10 Steps to Preparedness
  • Causes of Unexpected Disasters – it’s a longer list than you’d expect
  • How to Assess Your Critical Business Functions
  • Creating Your Own Customized Plan – it’s easier than you think
  • How to Constantly, Objectively Refine Your Response

Register here.

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

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