We provide end-to-end crisis management and business continuity services from assessments and plan designs, to rehearsed drills and emergency security services in the field.
In today’s hyper-connected world, businesses must adapt and remain operational throughout disruptive changes, avoiding interruptions on any scale. Risk management is at the core of being resilient, and for over 40 years, Kroll has been on the front lines managing risk for clients across diverse industries around the globe.
Achieving resilience starts with a comprehensive assessment of every aspect of your business, putting business continuity and crisis management plans in place as well as operational workarounds. We provide end-to-end crisis management and business continuity services from assessments and plan designs, to rehearsed drills, to emergency security services in the field.
Our experience in crisis management, risk assessments, emergency preparedness, and business continuity planning services assist your organization to utilize industry standards and proven best practices, while addressing legal and regulatory requirements. Our analysis and recommendations are designed to specifically support your organizational requirements.
Identify weaknesses in existing business continuity planning along with recommendations to improve.Business Continuity
Crisis Management Emergency Response
On-site assistance for any emergency including natural disasters, violent political activity, etc.Crisis Management Emergency Response
Crisis Management Emergency Response Plans
Organize, draft and implement emergency preparedness and action plans and procedures.Crisis Management Emergency Response Plans
Crisis Management Emergency Response Training
Leading organizations through crisis management and business continuity training exercises.Crisis Management Emergency Response Training
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