Business Management - Disaster Recovery
Pennsylvania's largest newspaper, The Philadelphia Inquirer, suffered a major blow late last week, thanks to a cyberattack that prevented the publication of its regular Sunday print edition and caused a scaled-back Monday print edition without a classified section (including death notices).
Whether you call it a disaster plan, a contingency plan, or even just a scenario plan, the goal is the same: thinking through potential problems and coming up with possible solutions long before you ever need them.
COVID has accelerated the growth of digital production printing. Labor shortages, supply chain instabilities, and the drive toward automation are powering production inkjet technology.
Virginia was the first state to implement its own workplace health and safety regulation addressing COVID-19. Virginia first issued a temporary standard, followed-up with a permanent one, which was subsequently revised in September 2021. Now, Virginia is proposing that the standard be rescinded.
In this new video, Lisbeth Lyons, VP of Government Affairs at PRINTING United Alliance, discusses what Congress is doing to help and whether or not Congress will take further action to mitigate the challenges facing the supply chain.
COVID has been tough on everyone, even the largest in-plants. We spoke with several to learn how the pandemic altered the work they do, how supply chain issues are impacting them, and how they have remained essential to their organizations.
As the normally cool Northwest suffered through temperatures of 110 and higher last week, several in-plants without air conditioning struggled to meet deadlines while their shops turned into ovens.
The latest CDC guidance reiterates that employers may set their own masking requirements independent of CDC guidelines.
Taking an inventory of staff, equipment, and services, and comparing it with your pre-COVID-19 inventory, is a good first step, writes Consultant Howie Fenton in a new blog, but there is more you can do to ensure your in-plant recovers from the pandemic.