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Disaster Planning for Commercial Properties 2012

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Howard Kline

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Its spring time again and time to smell the Honeysuckle and for the Swallows to return to the mission at San Juan Capistrano.  Unfortunatly, it is also the time for mother nature to strike back with floods and tornados.

They don't call it Tornado Alley for nothing, but doesn't it seem like over the last two years, Mid American and the South have suffered unusually bad tornados?

Last year, during our Disaster Planning show with Dave Mistick, the tornados were actually touching down in Alabama.  Yes, actually during the show.  Dave and I had no idea how topical our show was until after we finished the show.

This is must hear radio, for anyone responsible for commercial property management, including facilities managers, property & asset managers, owners and tenants.  This show will establish the core principals necessary, not only to plan for but actually be prepared for a disaster effecting your building, facility or shopping center. 

During the show we will be drilling down, past the manuals and try to get to the actual, "how to make it work, save lives and money, when disaster strikes.

Our special guest, David Mistick has more than 26-years of experience in property management, construction, disaster planning and recovery. Co-author of “Before Disaster Strikes“ Developing the Emergency Procedures Plan,” published by the Institute of Real Estate Management, David has been recognized nationally by the Restoration Industry Association for his innovative “fast-track” restoration processes. He has managed and consulted on disasters throughout the United States. David is a Certified Property Manager and a Certified Business Resilience Manager. He speaks regularly at restoration and insurance industry events and is an accredited Continuing Education instructor in five states.