Resilience & Recovery

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Helping businesses to get back on their feet after an emergency. Together with BITC’s wider network of members and partners, BERG aims to provide the helping hand needed to speed recovery.

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A lifebuoy floating in the water, image by Tom Page licenced under Creative Commons 2.0
Managing our water resources responsibly is one of the most crucial challenges we face if we wish to maintain vital and healthy economies, environments and societies.
Business in the Community is urging members to help communities recover from flooding by offering financial support, responding locally, engaging your employees, building resilience and support the long-term recovery. Follow our priorities for action.
NOTE: Date change from 11 April
Sustainable Urban Drainage (SUDS): Potential for Building Resilience and Managing Surface Water Charges.
Explore a new school-led approach to surface water management and see the potential for savings and benefits at a programme-scale across Greater Manchester.   
Leading the debate on creating an inclusive digital future for all, Amanda Mackenzie, Business in the Community CEO will be joined by Frances O’Grady, TUC General Secretary and Carolyn Fairbairn Director General of the CBI, for a panel debate on ensuring we put people at the heart of how business transforms in response to digital disruption. We will also launch a new report on how we can shape the agenda for responsible business in the digital age.
The Smart Growth summit will explore the challenges and pull together thinking on how business can lead the way towards a prosperous, resilient, net zero carbon economy.
This publication, sponsored by GSK is designed to support you in developing a strategy for your organisation, including guidance on leveraging all the relevant tools at your disposal.
Scottish Resilience Week begins today (Monday 7 November), highlighting the benefits of preparing for different emergencies and explaining actions that businesses and individuals can take to prepare for a wide range of eventualities.
The Scottish Government has announced details of its Resilience Week, 7 – 11 November, which aims to ensure individuals, families, communities and businesses are better prepared for events which can seriously disrupt daily life. These wide-ranging threats include severe weather, cyber-crime, disruption to business, and ill-health/accidents.
Global leader in insurance broking and risk management, Marsh is bringing a FREE seminar to Edinburgh and Glasgow to help Scottish businesses gain a better understanding of the issues and potential solutions when it comes to managing cyber and technology risks.