How can Enterprise Business Continuity Planning minimize the effects of the Pandemic

January 21, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Webinar

The pandemic.  It has changed our lives forever – and is still a threat that is lingering and will have to be completely extinguished.  As 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy were major incidents that severely impacted our region, they both had end-dates that could be reached as we worked together to settle things. As we approach the one year mark in a few months, with new ideas in the area of Business Continuity emerging, the pandemic is forcing everyone globally to do things differently.  In the area of Supply Chain Planning, the areas of manufacturing, transportation, shipping, receiving, staffing and every other factor has been affected.  This session will dive deeply into the issues that ISM members are facing today and provide ideas that can be used immediately to influence the decisions that you make and the organizations with whom you partner.  It’s not as simple as wearing a mask and washing your hands.  This pandemic has completely changed our lives.


Ralph Petti, MBCI, CBCP, GRCP, Chief Risk Officer, Readiness Associates

With supply chain planning integrated into every business continuity client whom he serves, Mr. Petti has been involved in the planning and recovery of over 500 disaster events globally.  He was selected to be a lead risk consultant to enhance risk management planning for The City of Philadelphia, as well as locally for CIGNA, AT&T and LF Driscoll.  With the impact of supply chain issues during these pandemic times, Mr. Petti had been a selected by The International Medical Corps to deliver training globally.

A certified practitioner, he has over 25 years of experience in Business Continuity Management and has served as a subject matter expert for the National Transportation Association.  With certifications in DHS, FEMA, NIST and other government entities, he is also a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP), Member of The Business Continuity Institute (MBCI) in London and a Governance, Risk and Compliance Professional (GRCP).  Mr. Petti is a four-time Delaware Chamber Ambassador of the Year and has received accolades from the US Senate for his service in The Gulf Region and for other areas. He is passionate about the interaction of public/private-sector collaboration as a volunteer and resource.

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