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Compare your center’s risk management plan to a white water rafting guide. Would your plan be able to navigate you through the uncharted territory of a crisis the same way an experienced guide navigates the water, rocks, and rapids of a river? Looking back as a director of my own center years ago, my center’s risk management plan would have been a novice guide at best. Sure, it handled the Class I waves of pipes breaking (that flooded the center), but faced with the Class IV rapids of an armed intruder or a nuclear emergency (we had three power plants nearby), I’m afraid my RMP would not have been much help. … Download this resource to read the rest of this story.
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