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26 Buttercup Lane
Newtown, PA 18940

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Continuity Insights

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  • Established in 2003
  • Minority Owned Business view similiar »
  • Privately Owned view similiar »
  • Located in Bucks County
  • 3 Full-Time Employees
  • Under $1 Mil in Annual Revenue

Business Description

Business-to-business publisher of digital media and live events addressing many issues of business continuity and disaster recovery. Coverage features topics of business disruptions from technological, natural, and man-made events. Discussion ranges from workplace violence and terrorism to cyber threats and power outages to pandemics and hurricanes and earthquakes. Essentially any type of event that would disrupt the continuity of your business.

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  • Member Since 2017

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Workplace Violence: A Multidisciplinary Perspective

Posted to Event by Mr. Don Grennan of Continuity Insights at 11:04 AM

WORKPLACE VIOLENCE: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVE is an important and timely discussion on this all-too-often occurring event. During this one-day workshop you will hear from some of the nation’s foremost authorities on the subject, with expertise in psychological and sociological impact, human resources, legal, law enforcement, academia, physical security, and more. The event culminates with a session on developing an effective workplace violence prevention program using a multidisciplinary team approach.

This event is particularly important for professionals in Human Resources, Legal, Security/Safety, Business Continuity, Emergency Management, Public Sector Agencies, Colleges/Universities, and others.

Featured presenters include Sarah Powell, Director of Emergency Management at Temple University, Det. Joseph Rovnan, Counter-Terrorism Operations, Philadelphia Police Dept., and Phillip DeMara, Director of Emergency Preparedness & Response, City of Philadelphia.

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