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Catastrophe Management:
How to protect people, property and keep operations running when disaster strikes

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Catastrophe Management: <br>How to protect people, property and keep operations running when disaster strikes

Catastrophic events can be shocking, but many of them shouldn't come as a surprise. It's a given that coastal areas will suffer windstorms and that seismic zones will experience earthquakes. The key to surviving these disasters is preparation. Companies can minimize a catastrophe's damage by understanding their exposures, predicting a potential event's likely impact, taking steps to mitigate losses and having plans in place to deal with a disaster and its aftermath. This white paper offers steps to disaster planning and points out important exposures that businesses may overlook to their detriment. View a sample.