Covina, CA (PressExposure) September 29, 2011 -- The 2011 Global Conference on Disaster Management is expected to be as informative and exciting as it has been since 2006. This Disaster and Risk Management Conference brings together experts in the area of Disaster Management and Risk Management who provide invaluable training and education regarding the best practices to help organizations, communities, and companies be prepared, responsive, and have the ability to recover quickly from emergencies or disasters.
Cynthia Buchanan, BC Advisor, AIG, who attended last year's conference, stated, "At the last conference, the speakers were great, their experience showed and the solutions they provided in creating a disaster plan was cutting edge - This is a "must attend" event for anyone in emergency management!"
The Conference offers an opportunity for participants to connect with Local, Regional, State, and National representatives and to build a network of professionals who share a commitment to ensuring that Risk Management and Disaster Management procedures and standards are maintained at the highest levels within their sphere of influence.
The conference provides the tools and resources that disaster and risk management professionals will be able to incorporate into their current plans for preparedness. The presenters offer insight and proactive solutions to emergency situations and give participants the positive training environment that will provide them with the ability to discuss current issues and proactive solutions.
Information and preparation is crucial in times of disaster, by attending the acclaimed Global Conference on Disaster Management you will gain the knowledge and resources you need to prepare yourself for disasters and emergencies.
In the wake of this hurricane, its never too soon to learn some of the most current information and networking opportunities this conference provides to increase success in case of a disaster or emergency of any size. Your takeaways include:
* How to create business continuity plans & procedures
* How to use proven project management tools
* How to analyze the risk your business faces
* How to manage insurance claims to maximize payout
* How to reconstruct and restore your structure and operations
* How to maintain effective communications during an emergency
Just as Hurricane Katrina did in 2005, Irene did a tremendous amount to damage to local and large business. Forcing nearly all businesses in its path to close down and in some cases did unfixable amounts damage to several structures. With the total of estimated damage cost passing the $3 billion mark, many businesses are feeling the hurt by the lack of customers and the damaging weather conditions.
To get more information about the Global Conference On Disaster Management and Risk Management Conference to be held October 13, 2011, visit http://disasterconference.org today. Anyone wishing to learn more about this press release will find contact information below.
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