Natural disasters and violent incidents are increasing in frequency and severity:
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Disaster risk arises when hazards interact with physical, social, economic, and environmental vulnerabilities. Authorities and business need to understand the impact on people, property and day-to-day operations in order to decide how and when to take action.
In this session we’ll ask key questions about where disaster risk intelligence comes from and how to coordinate a rapid response to critical events in order to keep people safe and operations running.
Consider relevant upcoming changes in legislation Explore the new National Resilience Strategy Look to the future....