The West Coast is experiencing drier than usual weather. Wildfires are more likely to occur when areas have these conditions.
In the wake of events that happened during the 2012-2013 school year, school districts are looking to create better continuity of operation plans to keep children safe.
Creating a continuity of operations plan can streamline operations for residents and emergency personnel.
Even though though the hurricane season is halfway over, storms tend to be more severe between August and September. Business continuity consultants can help businesses and towns properly prepare.
Earlier this month, over 100 Floridians went through a statewide tabletop exercise. Residents are preparing for an active hurricane season.
Having a continuity of operations plan that helps residents and business across the board is essential for all towns.
Many of Arizona’s public agencies are involved with Monsoon Awareness Week to help residents have an adequate continuity of operations plan.
Since the beginning of 2013, state fire crews have responded to more than 680 wildfires, which is 200 more than average for the period.
When strong storm systems like this occur, it is beneficial for towns and cities of all sizes when they have a current continuity of operations plan.
Emergency workers are altering the routes to account for road changes and new buildings in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina.