Wednesday, October 23, 2013


Organizations have typically viewed business continuity plans as insurance against disruptions, but that is not necessarily the case. Even if you have a plan, you still may need business interruption insurance to aid in your recovery.

Since business interruption concepts are intimidating to some involved in crisis management, a good place to start is with an understanding of some of the basics. (Item #1) Business interruption coverage is designed to provide additional money to cover specific kinds of losses and expenses. (Item #2) Before getting interruption insurance, here are some issues to consider. (Item #3)

There are several important points to consider around business interruption coverage and many lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy. (Item #4) What should you do about payroll insurance? (Item #5) Do you have these 13 types of insurance for your business? (Item #6)

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