Volume 2 (2007-08)

Each volume of Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 2 were:

Volume 2 Number 4

  • Pandemic exercise in the US financial services sector: When failure is not an option
    Annie Searle, SVP, Enterprise Risk Services, Washington Mutual
  • How are operational risk and business continuity coming together and what are the implications for business continuity managers?
    Rajiv Vaid, Head of Management Assurance Services, Citigroup
  • Exercise management: New thoughts on an old process
    Matthew Anderson, Inspector of Police, Victoria Police Force and Gavin Love, Business Continuity Manager, WorleyParsons
  • What security and emergency information do businesses want from government? A New York survey
    William G. Raisch, Margaret Della and Matt Statler, International Center for Enterprise Preparedness, New York University
  • A systematic approach to addressing absenteeism in a pandemic
    Manfred Heinzlreiter and Tony Gill, Business Continuity, Bank of Montreal
  • Supercell Storm case study: Emergency management response at The Australian National University
    Bart Meehan, Associate Director, Facilities and Services, The Australian National University
  • Multi-organisational strategies for managing emergencies: Case study of the implementation of a national strategy
    Walter Ammann, Deputy Director, Swiss Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research
  • Models to enhance preparedness and response capabilities in high threat urban areas: The ‘Organizational Safety Net’ research project
    Esther Chachkes, Lewis Nelson, Ian Portelli, Richard Woodrow, New York University, Renny Bloch, Bellevue Hospital and Lewis Goldfrank, New York University School of Medicine


Volume 2 Number 3

  • Building enterprise-wide resilience by integrating capability into day-to-day business culture and technology
    Patrick Alesi, VP, Business Continuity Management, Lehman Brothers
  • A dashboard for measuring capability when designing, implementing and validating business continuity and DR projects
    Sandeth Sheth, Satyam Computer Services, Freyae Jones and Joe McHugh, Executive Deputy Director, Operations, State of Maryland Judiciary
  • What is the appropriate business continuity management staff size?
    Jason Merante, Manager & Damian Walch, Director, Enterprise Risk Services/Security & Privacy Services, Deloitte & Touche
  • Implementing an enterprise level backup, imaging, recovery and tape encryption infrastructure solution
    Michael Kaishar, Senior Systems Administrator, Addison Avenue Federal Credit Union
  • Deploying a new system for recording and managing information during an emergency to aid decision-making
    Annette Senior, Emergency Planning Officer and Richard Copley, ICT Strategy and Client Coordinator, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
  • Strengthening FEMA’s disaster response capabilities
    Glenn M. Cannon, Assistant Administrator, Disaster Operations Directorate, FEMA
  • The role of public health in planning large scale evacuations
    Christian Lucky, Stoel Rives, Ian Portelli, New York University, Lewis Goldfrank, New York University School of Medicine, George Foltin, Dainius Drukteinis and Benard Dreyer, Bellevue Hospital Center
  • Operating a triage/alternate care facility in the event of a pandemic or other infectious disease outbreak
    Eric Bone, Regional Director, Office of Emergency Preparedness, Capital Health Edmonton Area
  • Organisational resilience: Researching the reality of New Zealand organisations
    Erica Seville, Resilient Organisation Programme Leader, University of Canterbury


Volume 2 Number 2

  • How do you distinguish between ‘business as usual’ and ‘significant’ business disruption events and react accordingly?
    Peter Halliwell, Senior Business Continuity Management Advisor, Air New Zealand
  • Hurricane preparedness: Procedures at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida
    Everett Devaney, former VP, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida
  • Planning for and surviving a BCM audit
    Mandy Freestone, Director and Michael Lee, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
  • Communicating with the public before, during, and after major emergencies: The UK’s ‘Ten Step Cycle’
    Chris Samuel, Civil Protection Team Manager, Civil Protection Unit, Cheshire County Council
  • Medical Reserve Corps: Lessons learned in supporting community health and emergency response
    Marna Hoard, Lieutenant, U.S. Public Health Service and Grace Middleton, Medical Reserve Corps, Office of the US Surgeon General
  • How The Australian National University’s emergency management and continuity plans responded to a large-scale fire
    Bart Meehan, Associate Director, Facilities and Services, The Australian National University
  • The case for regional post-natural disaster preparation partnerships
    Nathalie Claringbull, Disaster Management Consultant
  • Expanding the scope of technology recovery testing and how to overcome potential roadblocks
    Jack T. Smith, First VP and Business Continuity Manager, ABN AMRO
  • Grounding the discipline of business continuity planning: What needs to be done to take it forward?
    David Lindstedt, Director of Enterprise Continuity Management, The Ohio State University


Volume 2 Number 1

  • Business continuity and supply chain management: How to manage logistical operations in the event of an interruption or emergency
    Phil Skelton, Senior Transportation Risk Manager, ACE European Group
  • Developing an organisation-wide business continuity programme in the public sector: Case study of The Government of Manitoba
    Brock Holowachuk, Senior Planning Officer, Manitoba Emergency Measures Organization
  • Implementing a safe business travel policy at Aegis
    Ian Beale, Group Risk Manager, Aegis
  • How Hewlett-Packard used lessons from its response to SARS to develop a pandemic flu preparedness programme
    John Hollands, Manager, Environmental Health & Safety, Rita Lauriola, Business Continuity and Recovery Services Manager and Mehboob Jaffer, Hewlett-Packard
  • Preparing for pandemic influenza: Adapting a model of healthcare facility preparedness to the business sector
    Dan Hanfling, Director, Emergency Management & Disaster Medicine, Inova Health System, Connie Savor Price, Healthcare Epidemiologist, Denver Health Medical Center and Major General Mike Wyrick, USAF, (Ret), CEO, Health Response
  • Integrating pandemic flu response planning with business continuity planning at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
    Mary D. Lasky, Program Manager, Business Continuity Planning, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Utilising information security to improve resilience
    Jennifer Bayuk, Senior Managing Director, IT Security and Kenneth R. Silverstein, Senior Managing Director, Operations Administration, Bear Stearns & Co.
  • Case study: Developing and implementing a flood awareness and preparedness programme
    Linton Johnston, Christopher Wright, Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology and John McArthur, Project Officer, City of Unley
  • Military support of civil authorities: Lessons learned at Canada Command one year after becoming operational
    Lieutenant-General MJ Dumais, Commander, Canada Command
  • How county/city emergency managers can assess vulnerability to hurricanes, develop response plans and mitigate risk
    John Guiney, Chief, Meteorological Services Division, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration