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Natural Disasters - Keeping Business Moving in a Storm of Uncertainty

Event Start Date: Dec 4, 2018 2:00 PM

Event End Date: Dec 4, 2018 3:00 PM

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Natural Disasters: Keeping Business Moving in a Storm of Uncertainty

Tuesday, December 4th  
2:00pm ET | 60 minutes
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Brought to you by the GBTA Risk Committee

Hurricanes, earthquakes, typhoons and floods can cause significant disruption to your business operations whether in the United States or around the world, and pose health and safety challenges to your travelers. The disaster risk does not stop at the physical location, it also affects the communities where employees live, further disrupting business and imposing additional costs to the organization. From active hurricane season in North America to staying prepared year-round for earthquakes in California, do you have a comprehensive plan to protect your people? 

Join us December 4th for a discussion on best practices on preparing and responding to natural disasters.


At the end of the session, participants should be able to:

  • Actionable response plans and communication tips 

  • Best practices for preparing for a forecasted natural disaster

  • Implementing incident response for sudden natural disasters



Ray Greeve
Chair GBTA Risk Committee


Paul Doucet
Security Director, Canada
International SOS


GBTA members: Free
Non-members: $99

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