Crisis management solutions for an uncertain world.
Inverroy Crisis Management was founded on the belief that every business should have a continuity plan for when emergency or disruption strikes.
We design bespoke crisis management solutions using consultancy, training and technology to ensure that organisations like yours are ready for the unexpected.
Read on to discover how we can help you respond to and recover from any disruptive event.
WORKING WITH YOU TO ENHANCE YOUR RESILIENCE to any crisis
We don't want to manage your crisis for you. Instead, our goal is to empower you and your staff to to manage it yourself with full confidence and a clear, resilient strategy.
We want you to feel confident that the tools and strategies we develop together can help you overcome disruptions of any nature.
Offering over 100 years of Crisis Management experience
We continuously research and adapt to the evolving areas of crisis management, continuity and resilience, but we go one step beyond.
Our solutions are designed with knowledge from the British Armed Forces, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Police Scotland and private industry emergency responses to give you the best crisis support possible.
We're trusted by some of the largest companies in the world
WE’RE AT THE FOREFRONT OF The Crisis Management INDUSTRY
No matter where you operate from, or your clients are based, or your supply chain links to, keeping your business running during a disruptive event is critical for cash flow and customer retention.
We are delighted to have recently joined the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce.
We are delighted to announce that we have gained the Bronze Award of the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme.
In late November 2018 a major incident occurred at Rugby League side Hull Kingston Rovers’ stadium.
Due to extremely high winds, one of the floodlight pylons collapsed falling onto the pitch. Luckily no-one was hurt and the stadium was evacuated safely.
In the last 36 hours, 32million mobile users lost access to data and other services provided by Mobile Network Operator O2, affecting individuals as well as businesses – both of whom are becoming more and more reliant on mobile as their only communication method. We analyse their response and look at what we can learn from the situation.
All companies spend a great deal of time and money on the traditional risk, such as fire safety procedures, however, with the increased prevalence of extreme weather, do we spend enough time and thought on our preparedness for a severe weather event?
A workshop for over 30 of Edinburgh’s main businesses using a terrorist attack on Waverley Station, Edinburgh as the vehicle for discussion with specialist support from the emergency services.
Keeping your business running during a disruptive event is critical for cash flow and customer retention. Investing effort to identify and minimise risks beforehand need not be an expensive activity and we have identified 10 easy activities to help you prepare for and respond to unplanned disruptions.
Matthew reflects on his expansive career with the British Army and offers some experienced advice for leaders in incident management situations.
As the lines between our personal and professional lives blur, we analyse a recent example of professional misconduct and discuss how organisations can prepare for the disruptions it can cause.