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What does CRC stand for?

CRC stands for Crisis Response Center


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The agreement offers for various avenues of cooperation, including the establishment of a nuclear safety infrastructure, systems to regulate safety, the development and improvement of the existing legal base taking into account IAEA norms, the development of a system of crisis response centers of Belarus, the training of nuclear safety specialists.
Jack Cloonan, Head of Special Risks for red24, commented, "the red24 approach includes a 24/7 Crisis Response Center as well as a response consultant team comprised of highly trained security professionals with the skill set to respond quickly and effectively to a crisis.
Supply of ordnance to Pacific afloat units are handled by NOLSC AMMOPAC, Atlantic afloat units by NOLSC AMMOLANT, and Marine Corps air-dropped ordnance customers by the Crisis Response Center (CRC).
The alliance will offer an array of services, including: - Planning for preservation of corporate reputation / shareholder value - Crisis management and risk reduction planning - Planning for continuity of business operations - Pre-incident crisis communications consulting, including planning and training - Consulting on design and creation of fully-integrated crisis response centers - Threat assessments and security consulting - Litigation settlements and buyouts "We look forward to working with Pat Ryan and the senior executives at Aon in this important strategic alliance," said Giuliani, Chairman and CEO of Giuliani Group.
The concept of a Naval Ordnance Crisis Response Center was to activate a team with ordnance logistics expertise in the event of an actual or imminent real-world crisis situation of sufficient concern as to warrant high level attention.