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Natural Catastrophes: Safeguarding Business Continuity With Planning

 


Natural disasters can affect vast areas and impact all businesses that operate in the vicinity, many of which may be interdependent. It is this reliance on supply chains that can severely affect a business’s ability to get back up and running following a natural catastrophe.

In our latest Energy & Power insights paper, Natural Catastrophes: Safeguarding Business Continuity With Advanced Planning, we use Hurricane Harvey as a case study to understand how supply chains can be affected and the need to plan, in advance, for disruptive events to enable business continuity.