National Preparedness Month 2014

This year's National Preparedness Month theme is, "Take Action to Prepare."

Agility is hosting a series of educational webinars on the topic of organizational preparedness and resilience. We have also created an infographic with tips on how to put your plan into action. So what are your waiting for? As they say in Hollywood...

Lights, Camera, ACTION!

Hollywood loves a "good" disaster. But at Agility, we tend to see disasters through a different lens.

We're constantly asking, "What can be learned?"

Check out these video clips for lessons learned on emergency preparedness and advice on how you can prepare today.


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"8 Tips for Putting Your Plan in Action"

What the critics are saying

Agility gets rave reviews from the audience


"Rhode Island was in the midst of severe weather, serious flooding and wide spread power failures, we needed a generator quickly. Agility responded and we were up and running within 8 hours of our power failure. That's a testament to the professionalism and dedication of Agility's team. They were critical in the quick resumption of our business."

- Andrew Rogers, Operations Manager, Westerly Community Credit Union


"Our business continuity plan is always evolving. Agility's solution gives us the flexibility to fill gaps today, and the ability to adapt to threats in the future. We had a good plan before Agility. We have a great plan now."

- Bob Stefani, Senior Director of Operations, US Foods

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"If You Do Nothing Else This Year..."
Wednesday, Sept. 24th, 2014 from 2:00 - 2:30 PM EDT

Description:
With so much on the line, leaders simply cannot afford to overlook the risk disasters pose to their organizations and daily operations. However, simply starting a Disaster Recovery plan can seem overwhelming at first. But it doesn't have to be.

During this session, we will address some simple ways to build your resilience as an organization today with minimal commitment of time and resources. If you do nothing else this year to protect your employees, clients, income, and the future of your organization, these steps should be a top priority.

Protect your business and all the time, effort and energy you've invested by investing just 30 minutes to prepare for the worst. Join the US Small Business Administration and co-sponsor Agility Recovery for this final webinar of National Preparedness Month and leave with easy to implement and important steps any organization can take to become more resilient.

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The Office

Lessons Learned: Keeping a level head is paramount in any disaster. That's why regularly testing your plan is so important. Assigning roles and setting expectations will keep employees from panicking. Agility recommends all businesses test their disaster recovery plans annually. Regular testing maximizes your strengths and minimizes your weaknesses in time of disaster. Members who test with Agility have experienced:

  • Faster and more efficient recovery times
  • Identified potential challenges before a disaster
  • Increased employee awareness of recovery plans
  • Hands on practice of Agility's ReadySuite solution
  • Overall higher confidence in their ability to recover efficiently
Request more about testing or schedule your test today.

Sharknado

Lessons Learned: Don't try and fight the storm, even if you have access to a chainsaw. Knowing when and where to take shelter is of vital importance. Severe storms can occur with little warning, so employees and staff must know how to take shelter at a moment's notice and protect themselves from damaging winds, debris, and flying predatory fish. As with any waterspout or tornado, the best advice is to be in an interior part of the lowest floor of a sturdy building — and not outside.

More tips on taking shelter during a disaster

Apollo 13

Lessons Learned: A disaster can be your time to shine or your worst nightmare. Is your business ready? Use Agility's Preparedness Evaluation to find out where your business stands. It's FREE, and in just a few minutes you'll gain a valuable look at your company's level of readiness for a disaster.

Get your Preparedness Evaluation

The Bourne Identity

Lessons Learned: Never lose your cool. Trust your training. Always think one step ahead and remember preparedness is key to staying calm during a disaster.

Tips on keeping cool

Hunger Games

Lessons Learned: A well-stocked emergency kit can be the difference between giving into a crisis and surviving one. It is critical that you are prepared to be on your own for the first 72 hours after a disaster. Basic things we take for granted - such as running water, refrigeration and telephones - may be unavailable after a disaster. Create a disaster recovery kit full of the essentials to ensure you are prepared no matter what.

List of basic supplies you should include in your kit

E.T.

Lessons Learned: If you didn't have access to your phone and contact list, who would you call? Would you know their number? Download Agility's Emergency Wallet Card so you have your key contacts on you at all times. Fill one out for every family member and put it in a wallet or backpack.

Download your Emergency Wallet Card