Category Archives: Service Continuity

Severe Weather Sample Situation Report

Communicating with your staff is essential before a severe weather event .  Here is a sample situation report that you can adapt for your workplace: Please remember to dial _______ tomorrow morning before heading out to work. If the library is … Continue reading

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Putting Us to the Test: Hurricane Sandy and Our Service Continuity Plan

Friday, October 26th: We sent out an email to everyone on our Service Continuity Team asking for any changes to contact information and availability during the period of time Hurricane Sandy was predicted to affect the Central Virginia area.  Changes … Continue reading

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New Feature: Virtual 10-Step Approach to Service Continuity Planning

We now have a virtual 10-Step program!  The program, under 16 minutes, is broken down into an introduction and 10 individual steps, so it can be worked on as time permits.  In between some of the steps are assignments that, … Continue reading

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Meta-Leadership Summit for Preparedness

Thanks to FEMA for the heads-up about this conference, being held tomorrow, June 15–check out the conference site here:  http://www.meta-leadershipsummit.org/.   Here’s the description from FEMA’s news update:  Empowering Business, Government and Nonprofit Leaders to Act Together in Times of Crisis Leadership … Continue reading

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