Free Continuity Planning Workshop For Non-Profits and Small Businesses
From seasonal flooding to hurricanes, there are a lot of reasons to have a continuity plan in the New Orleans Region.
NEW ORLEANS – Tulane’s Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy (DRLA) is hosting a business continuity/continuity of operations planning workshop for non-profits and small businesses who are interested in preparing for disruption.
From seasonal flooding to hurricanes, there are a lot of reasons to have a continuity plan in the New Orleans Region.nParticipants will receive continuity planning tools and resources, a how-to workshop provided by Jeremy Stone, Director of Recovery and Relief Services, Inc. and individually customized continuity plans developed with DRLA graduate students.
Stone has 15 years of community economic development experience, and has worked with small businesses on various disaster recoveries including Hurricane Katrina, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the economic recovery of Lower Manhattan after 9/11, and most recently Hurricane Harvey.
The workshop will be held on Sat. February 17 from 1-3 p.m. at Tulane School of Social Work, 127 Elk Place, New Orleans. The workshop is free but spaces are very limited. RSVP to Jeremy@recoveryandrelief.org.