Issue 138

Issue 138

 14th May 2020


UK Government 





Blog: Introducing the Lessons Digest

Tools and Templates: The EPC BC Checklist

Presentation: How the National Resilience Standards Relate to Integrated Emergency Management

Blog: Getting to the Truth of it: Misinformation, Fake News and Disinformation



UN Calls for Commitments to Address Mental Health Needs During and After Pandemic



The Unsung Workers Keeping the NHS Running



NHS: Report Your Experience of Coronavirus

Gov: Information About Getting Tested

Gov: Travel Advice

Gov: Business Support Grant Funding Guidance for Local Authorities

Pool Re: Covid-19 and Terrorism in 2020

WHO: Community-Based Health Care



Is COVID-19 Forcing Organizations to Move on From Crisis Command Centres?

Gigantic New Locust Swarms Form Across East Africa

Cyber-Attacks Hit Hospital Construction Companies

Police and Football Authorities Mull Over Potential Crowd Gathering Issues 

NCSC Shines Light on Myriad Scams Foiled Through Pioneering E-Mail Reporting Service

How Could COVID-19 Change Our Daily Commutes?

How Technology Has Helped Asian Countries Cope in the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Need to Identify Lessons and Update Business Continuity Arrangements

Institute of Risk Management Survey Highlights Quality of Response to Fight Pandemic

Counter Terrorism Police Warn of Online Risks During Lockdown

Typhoon Hits the Philippines Amidst Pandemic Response

Technological Factors to Consider When Adapting for New Ways of Working

Coronavirus Contact-Tracing: World Split Between Two Types of App

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