Preparing for the Unexpected (Apr 18/19): A New Approach to Disaster Education

For our April 18, 2019 show we talk about New Approaches to Disaster Education with educator and disaster hazard expert, Neil Dufty.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113202/a-new-approach-to-disaster-education

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The StoneRoad Team

 

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Preparing for the Unexpected (May 30/19): Earthquakes and Earthquake Prediction

Our May 30, 2019 show will focus on Earthquakes and new initiatives to Predict Earthquakes and their impacts with Dr. Dimitar Ouzounov.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113108/earthquakes-and-earthquake-prediction

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected (June 6/19): Technology and Emergency Management

For our June 6, 2019 show we’ll talk to author and Professor, John C. Pine about his book Technology and Emergency Management.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/113001/technology-and-emergency-management

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The StoneRoad Team

Preparing for the Unexpected – 2018-01-11: Disaster Services with the Salvation Army

Our 2018-01-11 episode will focus on Disaster Services provided  by the Salvation Army.

Our guest will be Regional Director, Perron Goodyear, who will speak to us about the many situations that the Salvation Army has helped those in need.

https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/104151/disaster-services-with-the-salvation-army

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The StoneRoad Team

 

“Preparing for the Unexpected” – Nov 23/17 Episode: EBMUD

2017-11-23 Episode: We talk to East Bay Municipal Utility District, which provides water to approximately 1.3 million people in the Oakland and Berkeley, California area. Continue reading

Ontake Volcanic Eruption (Japan): Early Warning Systems Good Enough?

On Saturday, September 26, 2014 Mount Ontake – 200km west of Tokyo – suddenly erupted, spewing ash and rock over a wide area and killing nearly 50 people (at last count). What’s strange is that this volcanic eruption occurred with no warning – at least that’s what the specialists are saying at this stage. I’m not so sure that’s true.

It’s always been said that Japan has one of the best early warning / monitoring systems in the world due to its location on the Pacific Rim of Fire. If the best monitoring system in the world didn’t catch this, then is the best system even worth it? I mean, these systems are developed to help save lives and provide early warnings to evacuate people and ensure life safety. Yet, that didn’t happen so are the monitoring systems we have in place any good? Are they providing any help at all?  Continue reading

BCM / DR Program Templates Available from StoneRoad

Check out our revamped shop at http://www.stone-road.com. We’ve added lots of new document templates to help get your new BCM / DR program off the ground – with more on the way. Each comes with built-in instructions so you don’t need to try and figure it all out on your own. You can even manipulate the templates if you want to so they address your specific need. Our goal is to show you ‘how’ to do things not just tell you ‘what’ you need to do.

Here’s a sample list of what we’ve got so far:
1 – Test-Exercise Project Change Request Template – $9.99
2 – Test-Exercise Scope Statement (Charter) – $29.99
3 – Test-Exercise Executive Summary – $29.99
4 – Operating Unit Business Continuity Plan (BCP) – $79.99
5 – Business Impact Analysis (BIA) (This one along can cost thousands for a software application.) – $79.99

Coming soon:
1 – Employee Logistics Plan – $tbd
2 – BCM/DR Program Policy Template – $tbd
3 – BCM / DR Program Overview (As a bonus, this will include the Policy template) – $tbd

If there’s something specific you’re looking for, send us an email. We’ve got lots in our arsenal and alwasy building new templates so we may just have what you need and just haven’t gotten around to getting it up on the site. We can always build something for you. You can reach us at inquiries@stone-road.com.

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The StoneRoad Team
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