The rate of accidents and emergencies that can disrupt or stop production may increase and accidents may be exacerbated and classified as a crisis if not properly managed otherwise losses will increase on the company, shareholders, stakeholders or the country itself. This course helps participants to be fully prepared to address these situations.
What Will I Learn?
- Distinguish between accidents, emergencies and crises
- Develop ways to avoid unnecessary escalation and how to design and respond to command and control over all scenarios
- Strengthening leadership capabilities and techniques
- Applying best practices in the organization of Emergency Control Centers (ECC), ERTs and Crisis Management Teams (CRTs) to help monitor expected accidents (FIC)
- Analysis of the human element and the allocation of duties with respect to psychological readiness, allocation of reference, publication, discipline, leadership and social welfare
- Design appropriate response plans