Michigan Senate Adopts Resolution to Support First Responder and Receiver Personal Preparedness
Senate Concurrent Resolution 29 moves to House for vote with 100% support by the Michigan Senate on September 23
October 8, 2010 (Newswire.com) - HARRISON TWP. MI - A concurrent resolution to support first responder and first receiver personal preparedness planning priorities in state law and local policies was adopted with 100% support by the Michigan Senate on September 23. It moved to the House of Representatives on September 29 and was referred to the Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.
Ann Coss, CEO of Personal Recovery Concepts, LLC, remarked on the anticipated approval by the House, "The lessons learned about the personal issues first responders and first receivers face when they are also victims of the disaster they are called upon to respond to and support are clear. Before they are police officers, firemen, emergency medical response teams, they are fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, daughters and sons. Where their family's safety is at risk, their priorities and focus to respond to the call of duty becomes compromised. The fact that this resolution was so favorably supported and passed by the Senate acknowledges the value that must be placed on personal and family preparedness for all citizens, and especially those we call upon to support rescue and recovery efforts."
Personal Recovery Concepts recently partnered with Continuitycompliance.org, an online authority for standards, legislation and trends that impact business continuity (www.plan.continuitycompliance.org) of operations in defense, business, critical infrastructure key resources and supplier networks, to offer its Complete Solution™ for personal resilience via its micro-site www.planright.continuitycompliance.org.
The Complete Solution™ includes the Personal Recovery Professional™ life-information management software and the Interactive Participation e-Workshop™ which guides individuals through the resources and information that comprise a highly personalized family emergency plan.
Lisa Dubrock, Contributing Editor for Continuitycompliance.org, said, "There is remarkable progress being made in standards and legislation to support personal continuity across a wide array of critical audiences, from business continuity of operations teams through critical infrastructure key resources. The adoption of Senate Concurrent Resolution 29 for first responders and first receivers is a natural progression of trends we have seen over the last two years and we expect to see more in the future."
Continuitycompliance.org tracks personal continuity trends on its site and retails the Personal Recovery Concepts' Complete Solution™ for personal preparedness via its sister site planright.continuitycompliance.org.
About Personal Recovery Concepts
Personal Recovery Concepts, LLC is a leader in the emerging sector of people-continuity services for government, business and consumers with offices in Huntington Beach, CA and Harrison Township, Michigan. Its products focus on increasing employee availability by simplifying the information needed to recover from a wide array of loss or emergencies, organizing this information in simple, highly restorable formats, and preparing individuals through risk assessment, developing a family emergency plan and the prevention, preparation and recovery from commonly occurring emergencies and natural disasters. Personal Recovery Concepts Complete Solution solves the gap in human resiliency for government first-responders, business critical response teams and for employees who face everyday loss with a realized cost impact to the businesses they work for. More information can be found at www.personalrecoveryconcepts.com or by calling 866-528-9186 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 866-528-9186 end_of_the_skype_highlighting.
About Continuity Compliance
Continuity Compliance is an authority site dedicated to the areas of Security, Regulatory Compliance, and Business Continuity. Various professionals periodically contribute new material not found elsewhere to the site. The ambition of the site is to be the first place to go when you have a question about a variety of security, compliance or business continuity topics.
Ann Coss, Personal Recovery Concepts, 866-528-9186, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa DuBrock, Continuity Compliance, (847) 997-2032
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