Do you need help with your disaster planning, disaster recovery, emergency planning, crisis management, or overall business continuity for your business or organization? Struggling with your BIA (Business Impact Analysis), RTO (Recovery Time Objectives), RPO (Recovery Point Objectives), pandemic planing, risk assessments, and other contingency planning issues?
Keith Erwood an experienced expert on disaster planning and business continuity can help you and your business develop a truly resilient solution to keep your business running.
These solutions are designed to maintain your business operations, maintain revenue streams, meet and exceed regulatory requirements and government mandates, safeguard critical business assets, safeguard employees, reduce business liabilities, reduce insurance premiums, and in some cases provide an instant ROI.
To set up a consultation with Keith, just go to the contact me page and put consulting in the subject line.
If you have just a single question, again just go to the contact me page and put question in the subject line and Keith will do his best to answer your question as quickly as possible.
If consulting is not quite what you need but you have more than just a single question please visit the hire me page for other options available only to readers of the Disaster Preparedness Blog.
Already Have a Plan?
Already have a plan in place, but not sure if it is adequate? Still have concerns, issues or worries? Not getting a discount from your current insurance provider? Keith can review your current plan, and submit a written report detailing changes and recommendations to make your current plan better.
To have a review of your current plan done, again go to the contact me page and place review in the subject line.
In each case Keith will contact you and discuss your needs, and rates. All readers of the Disaster Preparedness Blog will get a discounted rate as a Thank You for your continued support and reading of the blog for the past few years.
For more specific details on consulting, packages, costs, please see the Hire Me page.
Soon we will have special tabletop exercises developed especially for readers of Disaster Preparedness Blog that you can use to test your plans from a high level, check for gaps, interdependencies and find areas for improvement. -- Check back soon for this.