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Date(s) - Jul 30, 2019
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USSA Free Webinar – Disaster Planning for Your Business with Tom Serio

Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 2 pm

Learn key techniques in planning, preparedness, and recovery that will allow you a better chance ​​​​​​​of recovering critical business functions.

Tom Serio
Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Specialist

Cost: FREE
Date: Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Time: 2 pm EST
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Could a disaster put you out of business?

Disasters happen all around us and come in many forms! We are all familiar with the “usual” disasters: hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, fires, workplace violence and more. But it’s the ones we don’t think about, the unexpected and protracted power and/or communication disruptions and other unimaginable things that could be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. Is your business prepared to withstand a disruption of any type of hours, days, possibly even weeks?

“I have great insurance…so I’m covered,” might make you feel that you’re ready to respond to any disaster…but in fact, simply planning for that insurance recovery check, is not a good plan.

Business owners must not take for granted that all will be okay. During this webinar, you’ll discover important components of a disaster and business continuity planning that will help you stay in business—no matter what comes your way!

Learn key techniques in planning, preparedness and recovery that will allow you a better chance of recovering critical business functions.
Gain valuable real-life lessons and “the inside scoop” from a disaster recovery expert of nearly 30 years.

Invest a little time now for this informative meeting that will save you a lot of time, effort, aggravation and lost income later on.

Who should attend?
Business Owners
Independent contractors

A little about our Webinar Host:
Tom Serio
Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery Specialist

Tom Serio has over 30 years of experience in business and Information Technology, with a focus on disaster recovery preparedness, business continuity planning and crisis management throughout his career. He is currently principle and senior consultant at his firm, MTS & Associates.

During his recent nine-year tenure on the Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery team of Verizon Wireless, Mr. Serio lead the company’s outreach program, working with federal, state and local public safety emergency responders, as well as enterprise customers. Additionally, he was a member of the Verizon Wireless Crisis Response Team, assisting clients with disaster preparedness processes as well as supporting community response efforts post events. Serio has been on the ground and engaged with state emergency operations, federal agencies including FEMA, local jurisdictions and volunteer organizations during events, including Hurricane Matthew in NC, Superstorm Sandy in NY and wildfires in CA and WA.

Previously, Serio was Director of Global Business Continuity Management for Office Depot, responsible for domestic and international corporate business continuity and disaster recovery plans, incident management, and employee awareness program. He also supported awareness and preparedness efforts for small and medium sized businesses across the country. Serio was instrumental during recovery efforts from Hurricane Wilma in 2005, that impacted daily operations for Office Depot Headquarters in South Florida for nine days. Declaring a disaster on the campus of 2,200 employees, Serio and his team implemented all 35 business continuity plans, making the disaster transparent to customers and maintaining all critical business functions.

Serio is one of the founders of the initial South Florida Disaster Resiliency Coalition, a private-public partnership between the four counties of Southeast Florida (Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe).

For details: U.S. Superyacht Association • 954-792-8666

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