There are just a few days to go before road safety charity Brake holds its essential crisis response training course.
The one-day training course is ideal for executive management, HR professionals and fleet management personnel and will take place in central London on Wednesday 2 March. The training will cover the procedures organisations should have in place to provide support to employees following road crashes.
Specialist disaster management trainer Rosie Murray will deliver the course, sharing knowledge, experience and expertise in the practical and procedural issues that follow a crisis event involving sudden deaths or serious injury. Knowing how to react and to manage the many issues that arise when the worst happens is essential planning for organisations, especially those employing at-work drivers who are at risk on the road.
Rosie Murray has more than 25 years’ experience in training professionals on how to respond in a crisis. As well as acting as project co-ordinator for a Red Cross helpline set up following 9/11 and involvement in providing support in the aftermath of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, Rosie also has extensive experience in delivering crisis response training to police Family Liaison Officers, local authority staff and commercial companies.
The Training Will Cover:
- practical and procedural issues around a crisis event involving sudden deaths or serious injury, including creating a crisis response team
- possible impacts on your organisation, including legal, financial, regulatory and reputational and brand issues, as well as the emotional impact
- an introduction to the emotional needs of all those affected by the event and how to manage them
- the roles and responsibilities of professionals who work with bereaved and injured people
- what you can do to support affected personnel, and the limitations of your support
- communicating to other members of staff
- creating a crisis response team
Find out more about the seminar here.