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Warmer days are finally here as we head towards summer and away from the record-breaking winter of 2015 with its blizzards, storms, massive snow accumulations, and various lingering effects (have you counted the number of new potholes in your neighborhood?).Continue reading
The University of North Dakota (UND), in Grand Forks, ND, and founded in 1883, is the state's oldest and largest university, with more than 15,000 students.Continue reading
I've worked with many airports on various projects, and whenever the topic of the Federal Aviation Administration's Safety Management System (SMS) directive comes up, there is apprehension.Continue reading
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In order to test emergency response plans and the coordination of airport staff with local first responders, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires all Part 139 certified airports to conduct, every 3 years, emergency exercises that simulate potential real-life incidents.Continue reading
In an earlier blog post we examined how weather and other disasters have a severe impact on small & medium-sized businesses, who often do not have the resources to dedicate to Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) as many large corporations do.Continue reading
We worked with the City of New Haven, Connecticut, to prepare for and respond to Superstorm Sandy a few weeks ago. This post is Part 3 in a series in which we discuss our experiences and what we learned as we helped New Haven through this crisis.Continue reading
As Hurricane Sandy is making its landfall on the east coast, utility companies must be gearing up to handle fallen trees, damaged electric lines, flooding, and reports of other outages. Here’s a scenario of how Veoci can help a utility company better manage the situation.Continue reading