Setting up a Safety, Security and Emergency Management Team
Leadership teams are responsible for establishing the decision making structures needed to most effectively manage risk. Understanding the process required to identify primary and secondary stakeholders who are responsible for reviewing human-made and natural risks, and responding to a crisis situation should it occur, is a fundamental organizational mandate. This course helps organizations quickly and effectively set up the management team responsible for the operational and tactical oversight of safety and security at a locational level, as well as leading (as the Local Incident Management Team) the point of crisis response. The course provides guidance on the typical structures, roles and responsibilities, and how the team relates to, and integrates with, headquarters business continuity functions. This training brings together management teams into a unified and mutually support approach to business continuity management. Business PHR Credits (Functional Area 1): This course supports Human Resource professionals in participating in enterprise risk management by ensuring that management structures and the associated policies contribute to protecting the organization from potential risks. The course reflects the organization’s articulation, at all locations, of its mission, vision, values and goals through the definition of corporate governance and management functions. This training also develops leadership concepts and applications, and protects the organization from loss and liability. PLEASE REMEMBER - Some modules offer language subtitles. Click the 'CC' button on the video player controls to select your language. WEAK INTERNET – If you have limited bandwidth, please ensure you select the lowest quality setting under the gear icon in the video player controls.
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