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Coronavirus: COVID-19

The following links provide up-to-date information on the evolving situation with COVID-19.  Check them frequently and make sure you review your pandemic plan and your family preparedness plan.

World Heath Organization (WHO):

https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 [who.int]

Centers for Disease Control (CDC): https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html [cdc.gov]

CDC Guidance for Businesses and Employers: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/guidance-business-response.html [cdc.gov]

Ready.gov: Pandemic Preparedness: https://www.ready.gov/pandemic [ready.gov]

Event Update:

Wednesday April 22 - Thursday April 23, 2020

2020 ACP Summit and Continuity Insights

In light of the current COVID-19 developments, the ACP board has decided to cancel our Summit at this time. We are considering our options for possible re-scheduling in the future. If you have registered, our staff team will be in touch to issue full refunds.

We intend to continue watching the situation carefully and our utmost concern is for the safety and welfare of our members and community. Please use an abundance of caution and use universal good hygiene practices and, of course, common sense. Please continue to watch the website for updates.

More information on the CI Conference and hotel can be found here.  

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ACP Book of Best Practices Now Available

The Association of Continuity Professionals First Book of Best Practices, a collection of research-based and peer-reviewed articles, examples and case studies written by ACP members, is now available here on the ACP website. This eBook details best practices in Business Continuity Management, Emergency Management, People, Resilience and Security & Risk.

Pick up your copy today. Discounted for ACP members. The link can also be found in the Resources menu.



ACP NEWS

ACP SPOTLIGHT

  • New Lessons from California’s Wildfires
    By David GeringMember, ACP Los Angeles Chapter As continuity planning and resilience professionals, it may be easy to become blasé about the many natural disasters that occur with seemingly increasing frequency. However, it would be unwise to assume nothing new may be learned and applied in both our professional and personal lives. As I write this on Friday, November 16, 2018, authorities are searching for over 600 people missing and feared dead as a result of the Camp Fire in Northern California. More than 20,000 evacuated from a town that was reduced to smoking rubble in hours. And then ...

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