Severe weather is a perfect example of why cities and towns should have an up to date continuity of operations plan.
On Monday, May 27, a fire started around 2:45 p.m. near Santa Barbara, in the White Rock Day Use campsite area
A report released on Monday, May 20, by the Interior Department’s Office of Inspector General found that park officials acted within their policy during last year’s hantavirus outbreak.
On Monday afternoon, an EF-5 tornado blew threw the Moore, Oklahoma, destroying homes, businesses and schools that were in its path.
NYC officials are designing elaborate plans that include inflatable plugs to prevent the subway system from undergoing drastic flooding again.
With technology evolving more each day, there are more options available for city authorities to relay information to residents and business owners during a continuity of operations plan.
One town in New Jersey wants to use its portion of grant money from the state to create a better evacuation plan for its elementary school.
Residents in and near Chelsea, Massachusetts are nervous that Global Partners LP announced that it would be moving ethanol to its storage facility in Revere by Commuter Rail lines.
The FDA created a program to help food companies prevent internal contamination and design best practices for future events.
The Washington state Administrative Office of the Courts experienced a data breach, when hackers broke through its computer system and possibly gained access to as many as 160,000 Social Security numbers.