Supply Chain Business Continuity: Preparing to Survive the Next Disaster
Kildow, CBCP, FBCI, Betty A.
Betty A. Kildow, CBCP, FBCI, Emergency Management Consultant, Kildow Consulting, 765/483-9365 BettyKildow@insightbb.com
92nd Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2007 - Las Vegas, NV
An uninterrupted supply chain, extremely important in day-to-day business operations, becomes even more critical following a disaster. The absence of needed supplies, equipment, and services can delay the restoration of business operations, a resulting loss of revenue, and a possible loss of customers and clients. This workshop covers the currently accepted best practices for developing a comprehensive Business Continuity Program. An assessment will be conducted to help you better understand your organization's current level of disaster preparedness. A step-by-step process for developing a Business Continuity Program will be presented that can be used to initiate a new initiative, evaluate an existing program, or better understand where your business unit fits in the big picture of the organization’s Business Continuity Program.