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May

Crisis Management Training

Crisis Management and Disaster Planning

Thursday, May 31, 2018, 9am – 3pm (Registration starts at 8:00am)

Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

No Cost to Attend | Lunch Provided

If your agency, synagogue, or house-of-worship had an active assailant, a missing child, a kidnapping, or any other critical incident, how would you handle the affected families, the press, etc. How your organization handles the situation will determine the response from your members, the community and the courts. Do you have a plan?

THE WORST TIME TO CREATE A PLAN . . . IS WHEN YOU NEED IT.

This course is designed to teach crisis management teams and on site supervisory and operations personnel the process involved in managing “any” crisis situation they may be faced with. This program includes lecture and a number of table top exercises, each designed to educate participants on specific skills that must be obtained in order to manage crisis situations. This course also covers the five biggest mistakes and the four fatal errors that organizations make when managing major crisis situations so you can avoid making these same costly errors.

Seminar Objectives:

  • To give attendees exposure to the demands of managing a crisis situation.
  • To equip participants with real world examples of what did and didn’t work when faced with an actual crisis situation.
  • To teach practical techniques to determine if an organization is prepared to handle a crisis.
  • To educate attendees on disaster research, common failures and the processes used to avoid the fatal errors that tend to repeat themselves in entities both large and small.

Who should attend? This program is a must for agency key decision makers (CEO, COO, CFO, other executives, board members, and operations personnel), along with all levels of crisis management team members, managers, facilities, and security personnel.

Crisis Management & Mission Trip Security Planning

Friday, June 1, 2018, 8:30am – 12pm (Registration starts at 8:00 am)

Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit, Max M. Fisher Building, 6735 Telegraph, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

No Cost to Attend

No matter how much training, preparation or precautions an organization makes, some things are simply beyond your control. People have medical emergencies, natural disasters happen and countries fall into chaos for a number of reasons. If your organization sends people overseas, your Crisis Management Teams MUST know how to properly manage these events.

This program is a customized version of the full-day Crisis Management program, emphasizing trip planning, safety, and security. This program will not only address crisis planning, safety and security for mission trips traveling abroad, but will have application for local day trips, camps, and bus transportation as well.

Who should attend? This is a must for those in your agency responsible for overseeing, planning, or staffing mission trips, camp transportation, or any other day or overnight travel trips.

About Brian Webb: Brian specializes in teaching International Travel Safety and Security, Crisis Management and Disaster Planning, Active Shooter Response and Survival Training. His students include domestic and foreign governments, numerous International Corporations, Missionary Organizations and hundreds of Houses of Worship from around the U. S. Brian will be the primary presenter and will lead attendees through the process of creating a Crisis Management Plan, a must have for every organization.

Please register below.

For questions, call Gary Sikorski at 248 205-2559, or email sikorski@jfmd.org.

 

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