Preparing For Tragedy In The Workplace. Presented By: Sponsored By:. Welcome AGRIP. Agenda:. Introduction Critical incident response planning Understanding the impact on the organization Providing leadership Responding to the organization Moving forward Policy audit
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C. I. Response Team.
How will you communicate to employees what they need to be doing to ensure their safety?
Who will be the primary communicator?
Who will continue to sustain frequent communications?
How will employees ascertain if the organization is open for business and where and when they should report to work?
Do you have counseling through EAP?
Will you be providing counseling on-site for employees?
Are your managers trained to deal with distraught employees?
What will you do for employees who can not travel home, either within the city or from other destinations?
Do you have a plan to deal with displaced employees?
Can your employees work remotely?
Does your infrastructure support a large number of employees working remotely?
Are you prepared to evacuate employees with disabilities?
Do all employees have life/accident insurance?
Do you provide employees guidance on essential/non-essential travel as well as alternatives to travel?Evaluation of Readiness
Unaware Very Aware
“Managers do things right; leaders do the right thing.”
Wall Street Journal
"Nothing that I am doing is the same as before. There are no answers for this in the C.E.O. manual.”
Kim S. Fennebresque CEO SG Cowen Securities
“If the head guy doesn’t think you’re gonna make it… you’re not gonna make it.”
President of NYSE
During October 1987 market crash
“ You need the twin executive virtues of strength and availability: Strong, because people want reassurance, and available, because they want to cry.”
Kim K. Polese CEO of Marimba,
September 11, 2001 Aftermath
Committee of Employer Support for the Guard & Reservehttp://www.esgr.org
U.S. Department of Justice
Americans with Disabilities Act
ADA HOME PAGE
US Office of Personnel Management
Post-Disaster Guidance and Other Information
Society for Human Resource Management