Crisis Management Workshop

Teribite Technologies Limited
Offline study mode
3, Abiola Segun Ajayi Street Off Muri Okunola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
2 days
Dec 12 - Dec 13 2019

Course Description

No business operates without pain. Regardless of industry, sector, or company, organizations experience problems, both chronic and unexpected, that can turn into crises. Very often, a manager's response to crisis is panic. Emotional stress accompanying the crisis inhibits reflection, creativity and sound judgment. Patience is at a premium and money needed to address the issue is often lacking. 

Crises are pivotal moments that demand immediate action and urgent results. The swift response must incorporate: objective assessment of possible causes; evaluations of options to solve the issue; and the plan of action to address the problem.

This Crisis Management Workshop provides organizations with a focused, swift and powerful process for managing the crisis. It allows individuals to slow down, reflect, think, feel, and together, create a solution that endures. Most important of all, participants will leave this workshop ready to put together the company's own cost-effective emergency action plan, with the certainty that the plan will serve both the community and the company.

Date:   Dec. 12th - 13th, 2019

N.B: NO REFUND (Terms and Conditions Apply)

Course Outline

Module 1: Crises in the Workplace

  • A Brief History of Crisis Management
  • The hazards we face
    • Natural
    • Man-made
    • Others
  • Working with Local Crisis Response Infrastructure
  • The Event Recognition and Response Activation Cycles
  • Examining Incident Management Structures in Place
  • Critical data sharing and retrieval

Module 2: An Inside Look at Crises & Their Responses

  • The value of risk assessments
  • The Impact of the event on Business
  • Local versus National Response
  • Event Logistics & Economics
  • Liability and Legal Aspects
  • Resource requirements and response by threat type
  • Critical infrastructure protection

Module 3: Emergency Action Plans (EAP)

  • Where does Emergency Action Plans (EAP) t?
  • Components, Focus and Functions of the EAP
  • EAP compliance
  • Understanding threats and how they affect your EAP
  • Assembling the Emergency Action Team
  • The effects of pandemics on our plan
  • Ensuring quality control in your plan
  • Writing the EAP

Module 4: Developing Effective Crisis Management Networks

  • Crisis Management Partnerships
  • Privacy Issues & Areas of Responsibility
  • Developing Response Capability
  • Opportunities for Exercising Response Components
  • The decision making process
  • What about money?
  • Intelligence sharing and protection

Module 5: Managing the Media

  • Media interface at Panic Events
  • Planning and Timing the Initial Press Conference
  • Developing the Message
  • Site Selection

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