Volume 13 (2019-20)

Each volume of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles and case studies confirmed for publication in Volume 13 are listed below. Further articles scheduled to be published in Volume 13 can be viewed on the 'Forthcoming content' page.

Volume 13 Number 3

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • Full speed ahead: Navigating the complexities of corporate emergency management
    Vincent B. Davis, Founder and President, Preparedness Matters Disaster Consulting
  • Framing business continuity to achieve lasting focus
    Brian Zawada, Co-founder, Managing Director and Chief Visionary Officer and Morgan Perry, Managing Consultant, Avalution Consulting
  • A mindfulness toolkit to optimise incident management and business continuity exercises
    Karina de Allicon, Fulbright Scholar, Manager of Business Continuity and Enterprise Risk, Edwards Lifesciences
  • Airport emergency management: The art of strict rules and flexible minds
    Roni Tidhar, Head of International Consulting Services — Commercial Branch, Israel Airports Authority
  • Corporate self-sufficiency during disasters
    Bobby Cook, Consultant to Corporations And Governments, CDEX International
  • Why and how to implement an incident command system in business continuity management
    Jeanne D. Powell, CEO and President, DAHR Consulting
  • The competing pressures paradigm: A tool for improving emergency and continuity planning efficacy?
    Tony McAleavy, Assistant Professor in Fire and Emergency Management, Oklahoma State University
  • Disaster recovery after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: Assessment using Endsley’s three-level model of situational awareness
    Michael Naor, Lecturer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Efraim Laor, Chairman, National Steering Committee for Disaster Reduction and National Inter-ministerial Committee for Earthquake Preparedness

Volume 13 Number 2

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • Business continuity management as an operational risk service provider: An approach to organisational resilience
    Scott Baldwin, Director of Enterprise Resiliency, Symantec
  • Improving the resilience of drinking water and wastewater utilities and emergency management agencies through collaboration
    Kim Parsons Anderson, Emergency Manager, City of Portland Water Bureau and Lauren Wisniewski, Environmental Engineer, US Environmental Protection Agency
  • Cloud, co-location, on-premises and hybrid disaster recovery solutions: A cost comparison
    Frank Trovato, Research Director, Andrew Sharp, Senior Research Analyst and Teodora Siman, Research Analyst, Info-Tech Research Group
  • Nothing about us, without us: An inclusive preparedness programme for the whole community from inception to sustainment
    Karla Black, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator and Patricia Draper, Emergency Preparedness Specialist, Kent County Health Department
  • Leveraging disaster recovery in the cloud as a cloud migration path: A case study
    Cary Jasgur, Consulting Manager, Mazars USA
  • Rethinking bomb threat response
    Jennifer Hesterman, Vice President, Watermark Risk Management International
  • Assessing the KING IV Corporate Governance Report in relation to business continuity and resilience
    Clifford S. Ferguson, Director of Strategy and Policy, South African Government Pensions Administration Agency
  • Hurricane preparedness, response and recovery: Is everybody ready?
    Anthony Hurley, Managing Director, Witt O’Brien’s

Volume 13 Number 1

  • Editorial
    Lyndon Bird, Editor
  • Preparedness planning and response to a mass-casualty incident: A case study of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
    Claudia Cocco, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator and Will Thomas-Boaz, Advanced Practice Nurse, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
  • Assessing the resilience of an IT portfolio
    Matthew Ricks, Senior Director of IT Facilities Management and Business Continuity Management and Lucrecia Boswell, Manager of Hosting Services and Asset Management, Stanford University
  • The New Zealand Parliamentary Counsel Office’s response to the 2016 Kaikōura earthquakes: A case study
    Linda-Jane Richan, Business Continuity, Emergency Management and Protective Security Adviser, Parliamentary Counsel Office in Wellington, New Zealand
  • Choosing a designated survivor
    Julia Halsne, Manager of Business Continuity, East Bay Municipal Utility District
  • Accessibility of Metro Vancouver fire-fighters following a damaging earthquake: A case study
    Stephen Traviss, Director of Human Resources, City of Port Coquitlam
  • Protection of office buildings and spaces: A balanced approach to perception of terrorism risk in the common workspace
    Donald Meyerhoff, Adjunct Professor, School of Security and Global Studies, American Military University; Branch Chief, United States Mint
  • Leadership of first-responders following trauma
    Cameron Kowalski, Director of Emergency Management, Safety and Security, Great Canadian Railtour Company