Paper offers Updates and Recommendations for Risk Management Community During the Pandemic

These are very challenging times. We are facing significant challenges from health, economic, and social perspectives. While these challenges have elements that are interrelated, they also have characteristics that need to be dealt with separately. As we try to mitigate adverse health, economic, and social issues, we need to also understand that they are interrelated and our actions on one may also have an impact on the other two.
This paper is designed to assist the risk professional in managing these challenges by:
  • Providing a current worldwide status on the pandemic
  • Providing a current status on the worldwide economy
  • Providing a summary of worldwide social unrest
  • Providing options for what a risk manager can do to help
    PRMIA Sustaining Members are invited to download the paper now from the Risk Library to gain risk management insight on the coronavirus pandemic. Interested in additional coronavirus resources, including webinar and virtual event recordings? View now.
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