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Risk in Context

Timely posts from our risk and insurance experts on the issues and trends that affect your business — and your bottom line.

Hurricane Prep: 3 Key Lessons from 2017 and 2018

Posted by Renata Elias June 24, 2019

With “near-normal” activity forecast for the 2019 season, businesses are planning for the potential effects of hurricanes and tropical storms in the next few months. As they do so, it's important to incorporate some key lessons from the last two years.

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Related to: Hurricanes and Storms

5 Ways to Prepare Your Business for Influenza Season

Posted by Renata Elias October 01, 2018

Organizations should consider taking these five actions to protect their employees and business.


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Related to: Pandemic

3 Ways to Improve Your Active Shooter Preparedness and Response Capabilities

Posted by Renata Elias October 09, 2017

Active shooter events and other forms of violence can strike anywhere and any time, and unfortunately they often arise without warning. Businesses cannot fully eliminate these threats, but you can take action now that may reduce the risk to your organization, better protect its people, and hasten its recovery.

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4 Ways to Prepare for Civil Unrest Risks

Posted by Renata Elias August 23, 2017

Thorough and well-tested crisis management, crisis communications, emergency response, and business continuity plans and appropriate insurance coverage can help your organization respond in a crisis, protect your people and assets, and more quickly return to normal operations.

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Related to: Marsh Risk Consulting

Resiliency Plans Following Violent Acts Should Include Humanitarian Support

Posted by Renata Elias September 23, 2016

Recent events are a grim reminder of the need for resiliency programs and crisis management plans.

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Related to: Marsh Risk Consulting