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Winter Weather Preparedness
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About the event

We have all witnessed the devastating effects Mother Nature can cause throughout the year.  As we look ahead to the Winter Weather Season, now is the time to prepare for the threats posed by colder temperatures and frozen precipitation. Your organization is more than just a place of business to your customers, employees and stakeholders. Your organization is a key aspect of their lives, and one that must be protected. If your organization is affected by adverse weather conditions, how well will you be prepared to serve those who depend on you in their time of need?
Join Mark Norton, Director of Continuity Planning at Agility Recovery as he shares practical, applicable tips and best practices to mitigate the risks posed by winter weather.  These low-to-no cost steps any organization can take to become better prepared could mean the difference between surviving a crisis, or giving in to one.

About the presenters
Mark Norton

Mark Norton is currently the Director of Continuity Planning with Agility Recovery, a leading Disaster Recovery Solutions provider based in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Agility Recovery serves over 22,000 member organizations across North America by providing access to the four key aspects of business operations during a recovery: Office Space, Computer Technology, Power and Communications. 

After earning a bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State University, Mark joined Agility in 2008 as an Associate Continuity Planner where he orchestrated hundreds of Member Orientations annually.  Mark

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Winter Weather Preparedness Checklist
Severe winter weather can lead to property damage, employee illness or injury, and possible business closures.  The following checklist will help you identify the areas of your business that are most susceptible to winter hazards.
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