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Agility Hosts Preparedness Webinar Series
MADISON, Wis. (9/13/13)--Humberto, now a Category 1 hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean with winds near 75 miles per hour, has become the first hurricane of the season, according to the National Hurricane Center. To help credit unions prepare for such storms, and in recognition of National Preparedness Month, Agility Recovery is featuring a series of webinars.
 
The next webinar in the series, "The NEW 10 Steps to Preparedness: Lessons From the Past," will be held at 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
 
Bob Boyd, president/CEO of Agility Recovery, will lead participants through the 10 steps of preparedness:
  • Assess your risk;
  • Analyze your critical business functions;
  • Prepare your supply chain;
  • Back up your data;
  • Create an emergency management plan;
  • Create a crisis communications plan;
  • Assemble emergency supplies;
  • Plan for an alternate location;
  • Review your insurance coverage; and
  • Test your plan.
 The final webinar in the series, "Crisis Communications For Any Organization," will be held at 2 p.m. ET, Sept. 25.
 
Agility Recovery also has prepared a free Crisis Communications Planning Checklist for Credit Unions that is available to download from its website. To access the checklist, use the link.
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