Emergency Planning Officer

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Emergency Planning Officer

A named person who is responsible for ensuring that his/her organisation is in compliance with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, by sharing information with other responders. Compliance with The Act is regularly tested through reviews or exercises (“drills”).
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They simply have to," said Peter Rosiere, an experienced risk manager for a large services company.
22] argues that inappropriate risk manager IC can compromise risk management activities, and to ensure proper risk management, the institution should decouple the risk manager's IC performance target from the performance of the activities over which the risk manager exercises control:
Strange words coming from Good, a career risk manager who now serves as an independent insurance risk consultant after a 33-year stint with Rohm and Haas, a manufacturing company in Philadelphia.
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It shows that a wide gulf exists between the corporate risk manager and the IT manager when considering cyberrisk.
Says Lance Ewing, risk manager for Las Vegas-based GES Exposition Services, "Risk management is not risk avoidance.
Should a disaster occur, the department would first receive $150 million from one underwriter, then an additional $200 million from a second group, said Susan Fields, a risk manager.
Even armed with this knowledge, most CPAs ultimately will want to rely on business insurance experts and recommend the client engage an insurance broker or risk manager to see if there really is the potential for a loss and if coverage is appropriate.
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