Lessons Learned Review…Keeping You Out of the Headlines and out of this Blog…
Please take a moment to consider how these Lessons Learned could be implemented by managers within your organization to avoid expensive and embarrassing situations…
A new New Jersey bill would mandate that all public and nonpublic schools conduct monthly school security drills for non-fire evacuation, lockdown and active shooter response.
Currently, all schools have emergency security plans in place, but many schools are not comfortable with the procedures due to a lack of implementation.
According to a recent survey released by the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG), about 1 in 6 consumers have at some point acted on a spam message. Those who admitted to opening a spam message said they “were interested in a product or service” or “wanted to see what would happen if they opened it.”
Manufacturer cited for OSHA safety violations and $74,000 in penalties following a worker’s fatal exposure to hydrogen sulfite. The manufacturer is charged with a repeat violation for not properly labeling process vessels and for a failure to install monitors, as well as a lack of employee training.
Hundreds of documents containing information about financial projections and products for Twitter were hacked into and published by a number of blogs. Hackers gained access to the information by targeting and administrative employee and her personal e-mail account. From the personal account, the hackers were able to gain access to the employee’s Google Apps account which contained sensitive information.
Lessons Learned are extremely valuable and must be implemented on an ongoing basis to ensure ongoing success and ongoing CYA! For more information on implementing lessons learned click here.