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Ready Business: Developing a Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness Plan for Your Business

Designed for land-grant university specialists, Cooperative Extension Service educators/agents, business leaders and others to teach small- and medium-sized business owners and managers how to prepare for disasters

After taking part in this training, participants will:

  • Understand the need for business continuity and disaster preparedness planning
  • Know the concepts of business continuity and disaster preparedness planning
  • Discover their disaster risks
  • Begin writing their individual disaster plans

Course Basics

Target Audience: Business owners, managers, employees.
Delivery Method: Classroom style
Cost: EDEN does not charge for use of these materials.Cost (if any) depends on the local meeting space, printing, refreshments, etc.
Course Length: About 3 hours 
University Credit: No
Materials: Marketing Video, Instructors Guide, PowerPoint Slides, Plan Template, FEMA Mentoring Guide, Online Evaluations

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If you have questions, please contact Steve Cain or Becky Koch.

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Last Updated:10/27/2010 2:50 PM

 Ready Business: Are You Ready?

This 7-minute video includes stories from business people affected by disasters and encourages others to create disaster preparedness and business continuity plans.

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