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.
Following the ransomware cyber attack on Friday 12 May which affected the NHS and is believed to have affected other organisations globally, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) has sent an alert to all businesses and individuals regarding the Wannacry ransomware incident (WannaCrypt0r) urging both individuals and businesses to follow protection advice immediately and in the coming days.
The journey towards a 2°C economy still has a very long way to go, and the journey isn’t getting any easier. The last fifteen years have seen an annual reduction in carbon emissions of 1.3% globally.
Every dollar invested into disaster preparedness saves multiple dollars in relief. It therefore makes huge sense to plan and prepare for disasters. These grab sheets summarise each of the modules from within Addressing International Disaster Relief and Resilience: Guidance for Business
A new project at the Building Research Establishment will help demonstrate how clever design coupled with building, material and product innovation can help homeowners limit damage and recover quickly from flooding.
BERG is working in collaboration with Local Resilience Forum (LRF) and Partnerships (LRP) across the UK. We recognise the value of working in partnership to deliver effective support before, during and following emergencies.
BERG established the 10 Minute Resilience Plan to help businesses prepare, respond and recover from the unexpected. BERG is working with influential companies to communicate the tool to all SMEs across the UK - even a small amount of proactive work can help safeguard businesses against risks. Just 10 minutes could make all the difference when disaster strikes.
Disaster response specialist and founding member of The Prince’s Business Emergency Resilience Group (BERG), Adler & Allan, play a fundamental role in BERG’s leadership and delivery, helping to support the programme’s objectives to help businesses prepare for and recover from a wide range of emergencies.
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.