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RIMS Chicago Chapter Meeting - Explore CEAS
November 13, 2012 - 7:30 AM TO November 13, 2012 - 10:00 AM
On November 13th, join BNet Director Joe Aiello and Andrew Twombly, Senior Business Continuity Specialist, of Takeda Pharmaceutals will be presenting: "The Corporate Emergency Access System (CEAS): Solving the Post-Disaster Access Dilemma Through Public-Private Initiative." This presentation will explore how the CEAS program can be an effective addition to your company's comprehensive business continuity program. Mitigating damages, understanding the public private sector partnership required to build such a program and breaking down barriers that to build the partnerships will be discussed.

The program will also provide a glimpse into the coming program enhancements that will provide greater flexibility of use for both the public and private sectors as a direct result of the Deerfield, Illinois CEAS Program and MABAS/ILEAS participation.

7:30 a.m. - Networking/Continental Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - Presentation Begins followed by Q&A

10:00 a.m. - Conclusion of Meeting

The Gleacher Center - 6th Floor Dining Room
450 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Facility: Chicago Booth Gleacher Center - 6th Floor
Location: 450 N. Cityfront Plaza Chicago, IL US

Contact Cindy Slubowski
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