Crisis Management. The information in this presentation outlines the initial steps to be taken in the event that a tragedy or crisis occurs. By taking time to prepare for and prevent tragedies, a brother’s life and the chapter’s life could be saved. Examples of Crisis Situations.
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The information in this presentation outlines the initial steps to be taken in the event that a tragedy or crisis occurs.
By taking time to prepare for and prevent tragedies, a brother’s life and the chapter’s life could be saved.
The chapter president cannot give instructions and maintain control if members are leaving and strangers are entering. Permit only chapter members, alumni and appropriate officials to enter. Assign a few responsible members to calmly control access to the chapter house.
Look for signs and Symptoms:
In an emergency use extreme tact and caution in your actions and statements to members, the media and others. Litigation may follow, be extremely cautious about jumping to conclusions or speculation.
Remember that the IHQ staff and University officials are always available for assistance. Do not hesitate to call for help or advice. Individual and group counseling is strongly recommended following any crisis.
For any questions regarding this presentation or other risk management questions please contact the Grand Chapter.
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