Many companies fail to have a great Crisis Management Team because they lack four simple things. Are you developing or retooling the team you have? If so, you need to attend this critical session to learn how Salt River Project (SRP) reorganized their team.
The goal of this session is to help you create both a great team and a great process in order to manage incidents large and small. There are four key things that we often find missing in company teams and plans: A clearly defined structure, identified roles and responsibilities, a formal assessment process, and the ability or knowledge to develop an Incident Action Plan (IAP).
In this session, learn how SRP has embraced the Incident Command System, refocusing their Crisis Management Team and their processes to be even more effective.
- Incident Command System – a powerful methodology.
- Crisis Management Teams – Roles and responsibilities.
- Initial Assessment Team – Who should be on the team.
- Incident Action Plan (IAP) – How to write one.
- Regina Phelps, EMS Solutions Inc.
- Kenneth Lewis, Salt River Project, Principal Emergency Management Program Analyst