A well thought out and implemented disaster recovery plan will have a significant impact on a company’s reputation, market share, and financial results. Catastrophe planning follows a basic risk management (aka business) process with a large dose of common sense. When a well thought out Disaster Recovery Plan is implemented, the financial impact with respect to both minimizing the assets' down time and its financial impact often results in a time to shine in the midst of darkness. Real examples from Hurricanes Andrew, Alicia, the Northridge Earthquake, and the New Orleans incident when a Chinese grain freighter hit the Riverwalk Shopping Center and the Hilton Riverside Hotel will be used to demonstrate the value and results of well thought out and executed planning in this session by Steven Sachs.
Who should attend:
Steven W. Sachs
Mr. Sachs has over 30 years of experience in the real estate development field as both a risk manager and insurance broker. Mr. Sachs developed the risk management function at The Rouse Company and was employed as their Risk Manager as an employee and on a contractual basis for over 31 years. He utilizes a wide range o... More info