Ninety-four percent of business owners believe that a disaster could seriously disrupt their businesses within the next two years, but more than one-third of these owners do not have a businesses continuity plan of any kind. Knowing that getting prepared isn't always top of mind, the Red Cross developed the free Ready Rating program to bring it to the forefront of conversation to help businesses, schools, and organizations become better prepared for disasters and other emergencies. Rather than just pushing out mind-numbing lists of preparedness recommendations, the Ready Rating program is an interactive, customized assessment that generates personalized "next steps" for facilities and emergency & life safety teams.
What You'll Learn:
Mallory Santa Cruz, Preparedness Manager at the American Red Cross
Mallory Santa Cruz works with the American Red Cross as the Preparedness Manager for the Utah-Nevada Region. She received her B.S. from Brigham Young University and her M.B.A. from Western Governors University before beginning her employment with the American Red Cross. In her various positions, she has aided more than 35,000 individuals and businesses nation-wide to increase their emergency readiness. She currently resides in Salt Lake City with her husband Marco, and spends her weekends as an outdoor recreation enthusiast. She can be contacted at Mallory.SantaCruz@redcross.org.
David Trask, National Director - Facilities Solutions, ARC
David Trask has presented at IFMA World Workplace, IFMA Facilities Fusion, ASHE, AIIM, Facilities Expo, Construct Canada and numerous other events across the U.S. and Canada with a focus on helping organizations better manage their facility information. Trask shares Facility best practices in Healthcare, Municipalities, K-12 School Districts, Universities, Federal Agencies, Retail and Private Owner Groups while providing key takeaways that can be put into practice in your business.
"Anyone having difficulty tracking down documents should take a good look at ARC® iPad Facilities Dashboard Apps." - Matt Baker, Facilities Supervisor, City of Wilsonville, OR