Summary


Fires, floods and other calamities often cause considerable damage with far-reaching consequences. Beyond the ‘simple’ fact that company resources are lost and a burnt-out industrial unit needs to be rebuilt, the consequential damages often have the greatest impact. Production comes to a stop, often for months or even longer. Just think about it, how much turnover and profit would you lose in that period? If it happened to your supplier, how damaging would it be for your business operations if they were unable to supply you for an extended period?

You should be aware above all that your company also forms part of a chain that is only as strong as its weakest link (a cliché, but very true). Calamities in one link have a huge influence on the entire chain.

Learning Objectives


Through this session and related white paper, we would like to call your attention to the subject, to chain responsibility, and what one can do about this together. What you can do to avoid problems for your business operations and for all companies that make up the chain with you.

Presenters


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