The Association of Continuity Professionals is the nation's leading non-profit association, comprised of professionals who are responsible for or have an interest in business continuity, preventing disasters, providing disaster recovery information and facilitating the resumption of normal business activities following a major disaster.
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Greater than the Sum of its Parts
Date: June 12th, 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: United Way (50 Waugh Drive, Houston, TX 77007)
Bring your lunch, listen to the presentation, participate in the discussion and stay for the networking!
Pay me now or pay me twice later! Hurricane season is here and hopefully Harvey does not have a rain check. Many times Business Continuity Management, Risk Management, Disaster Recovery and Emergency Management remain in a silo in their cubicles, with no time to network and use their synergy to prepare for the next hurricane whose destruction could hand-out pink slips. In this presentation learn what the groups have in common and how their expertise can build a contingency plan for maximum resilience in this Hurricane season
A renowned emergency preparedness and business continuity expert and author of over 40 articles, Anthony was most recently Director of Facilities, Business Continuity and Emergency Management at TOPS Surgical Specialty Hospital. During his tenure, the hospital was successfully re-accredited in February 2017 by The Joint Commission on the first pass. Proficient Environment of Care, Life Safety, NFPA and OSHA.
Before that, he was awarded a 2017 Award of Excellence - Private Sector Leader of the Year from the Disaster Recovery Institute for extensive preparation of Business Continuity Plans for ExxonMobil’s new 385 acre Houston campus.
A 19 year facilities veteran of a Fortune 200 company, his interests in disaster preparedness and recovery generated from being one of the first on the ground after Katrina performing facility assessments and to determine if preparatory measures salvaged structures in the hurricane’s destructive path. His enhanced preparations for Hurricanes Gustav and Ike saved numerous structures which opened within 2 hours of regaining power.
He has written for and received awards from the Facility Management Journal and Retail & Restaurant Facility Business. He is also a Subject Matter Expert on Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity with the International Facility Management Association which awarded him their Distinguished Author of the Year award.
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