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Over the last few weeks, companies would have, no doubt, discovered holes in their crisis management plan, discovering challenges and problems they had not encountered before.
Social distancing measures due to the coronavirus are forcing operators to limit CTV operations to a maximum of four passengers, rather than the usual 12 or 24.
The aviation industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus crisis, with many flights suspended across the world due to the outbreak.
In the face of an organisational crisis which is made public, when should crisis management begin and who should they turn to handle a major crisis?
Before businesses had to close their doors, the WHO warned that the situation could have terrible outcomes and that we haven’t seen the worst of the pandemic yet.
The government is beginning to consider an exit plan to lockdown to help the country’s finances, as it is feared this could result in the worst recession for 300 years.
While most companies considered themselves to be resilient, safe and forward-thinking, this pandemic has made many reassess their emergency response plans.
More and more people are now working from home following government guidelines but could this be part of the 'norm' once we're ready to return to the outside world?
A new report, entitled Silica - The Next Asbestos? is calling for new health and safety regulations to be brought in to control respirable crystalline silica.
Businesses with robust crisis management and business continuity plans have adapting how they carry out their essential tasks and daily operations.
A business continuity plan is an absolute must for companies across all industries and sectors and the current situation only amplifies this.
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A collaborative pilot project will soon begin which will involve testing a twin-hulled floating platform for turbines off the coast of Spain from 2021.
The potential 3GW capacity by 2030 contributes 4 per cent to the H2 2019 European offshore wind forecast of 72.8GW in 2019-2030.