Tabletop Exercises for a Hurricane

graphic header for tabletop exercises related to planning for a disaster caused by a hurricane

You planned for the problems that every hurricane causes, but this was bigger than expected and your area suffered a direct hit.

It was a disaster. Employees can't get to work. Your building and its contents are damaged. Many customer's businesses are also closed.

Hurricane for General Business

Hurricane for General Business

Overview: Participants are the management team of a fictional cargo company. A hurricane is heading for the area and preparations are under way to secure the facilities and get employees home. Unfortunately, the hurricane was much larger than expected and damages are much greater. How will the management team handle the situations that arise when employees can't get to work, the facility is closed and the customers cargo is damaged? Put your team to the test. 

Exercise Focus: Emergency Response / Crisis Communications / Public Relations / Business Resumption

SKU CIYGB007
$595.00

Hurricane for Insurance Companies

Hurricane for Insurance Companies

Overview: Participants are the management team of a fictional insurance company. A hurricane is heading for the area and preparations are under way to secure the facilities and get employees home. Unfortunately, the hurricane was much larger than expected and damages are much greater. How will the management team handle the situations that arise when employees can't get to work, the facility is closed and the customers claims and eligibility can not be handled? Put your team to the test. 

Exercise Focus: Emergency Response / Crisis Communications / Public Relations / Business Resumption

SKU CIYIN007
$595.00

Hurricane for Warehousing and Records Management

Hurricane for Warehousing and Records Management

Overview: Participants are the management team of a fictional warehousing company. A hurricane is heading for the area and preparations are under way to secure the facilities and get employees home. Unfortunately, the hurricane was much larger than expected and damages are much greater. How will the management team handle the situations that arise when employees can't get to work, the facility is closed and the customer's goods are damaged? Put your team to the test. 

Exercise Focus: Emergency Response / Crisis Communications / Public Relations / Business Resumption

SKU CIYRM007
$595.00