Safer Santa Rosa
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Daneil Hahn
4499 Pine Forest Rd
Milton Fl 32583

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  • Business Continunity

Business Continunity Documents
- 3 year anti-gang strategy - Best Practices for Business Continuity - 2013 Disaster Prepardness Summit
- Business Continuity Planning Suite - Business Continuity Template
- Computer Equipment & Software - Continuity of Operations Awareness
- Cost - Crisis Communications
- Critical Business Functions - Critical Phone number list
- Critical Supplies - Disaster Recovery Plan Template
- Disaster Response Checklist - Dynamic Partnerships & Resilency Strategies for Business Continuity - 2013 Disaster Prepardness Summit
- Generally Accepted Practices For Business Continuity Practitioners - Insurance Form
- Open for Business - Pandemic planning for businesses
- PC Inventory - Private sector resource list
- R3 Flu Pandemic - Role of Business in Disasters
- Sample Plan - SECTOR BANK/ATM
- SECTOR GAS - SECTOR HOTEL/RESTAURANT
- SECTOR ICE/GROCERY - Severe weather preparedness and resiliency
- Severe weather preparedness and resiliency - The Role of Business in Disaster Response Report
- TRIP WIRE Dive Boat shops - TRIP WIRE Electronic Stores
- TRIP WIRE financial institutions - TRIP WIRE Financial Services
- TRIP WIRE Home Improvement stores - TRIPWIRE Bulk fuel distributers
- TRIPWIRE Construction sites - TRIPWIRE Farm supply stores
- TRIPWIRE Hobby shops - TRIPWIRE Hotels and Motels
- TRIPWIRE Internet Cafes - TRIPWIRE Large Retail stores
- TRIPWIRE Malls and entertainment centers - TRIPWIRE Martial Arts and paintball
- TRIPWIRE Mass transportation - TRIPWIRE Military Surplus
- TRIPWIRE Peroxide based explosives - TRIPWIRE Rental cars
- TRIPWIRE Rental Properties - TRIPWIRE Rental Trucks
- TRIPWIRE Storage Facilities - TRIPWIRE Tattoo Shops
- TRIPWIRE Wholesale distributers - ZOMBIE PANDEMIC


Business Continunity Web Links
- 10 Ways for Businesses to Be Hurricane Ready - Address workplace violence
- ASIS bookstore - ASIS International Business Continuity Guidelines
- BCP Handbook - Build back safer and smarter
- Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning: The Basics - Business Continuity Institute
- Business Continuity Suite (turbo tax of BC) - Business preparedness tips
- Business Recovery - Business Survival
- Continuity Centeral - Continuity Insights and free magazine subscription
- Continuity Videos for Businesses - Crisis Management
- Develop a business disaster plan - Disaster Contractors Network
- Disaster Planning for businesses - Disaster Recovery Forum
- Disaster Recovery Journal - Economic Resilience
- FDLE Business Safe - Few businesses use social media for disaster recovery
- Florida Sexual Offender List - Flu information for employers
- Flu toolkit for businesses - Institute for Business Continuity
- IS-394.a Protecting Your Home or Small Business From Disaster - Map tracking
- Michigan State University Disaster Recovery Planning Site - Minding your business: Florida Business Continuity Initiative
- Most U.S. Small Businesses Back Up Data as a Precaution, but May Not Be Sufficiently Prepared for a Crisis - Office Depot Disaster Preparedness Strategies for Small businesses
- Prepare My Business - Prepare Your Workplace and Employees
- Private Sector Needs Seat at the Table in Disaster Response - Protect Your Workplace
- Public Entity Risk Institute - Ready.gov for business
- Really Ready Businesses - Restore your Economy
- Santa Rosa Economic Development - SBA Disaster Recovery Plan
- Small Business Management - Small Businesses Fall Short on Disaster Preparedness
- Survive a shooter - The Business Roundtable's Partnership for Disaster
- The Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Accreditation and Certification Program (PS-Prep) - URGE SMALL BUSINESSES TO PREPARE IN ADVANCE OF AN EMERGENCY

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