Business continuity, incident response, emergency response and operations are all pieces to the emergency management puzzle. As separate pillars to overall response planning, they may be managed individually by different owners. However, responding to unplanned events requires careful collaboration and interoperability. All response plans should interface while still clearly defining roles and responsibilities specific to their individual objectives. A crisis management structure can help ensure consistency in response efforts, a streamlined recovery, and minimized impacts to the business.
This session will focus on:
• The need for a crisis management response structure that is woven into all emergency response planning.
• Best practices to create an effective crisis management.
• The importance of training and awareness across the entire organization.
• Case studies that highlight failures in crisis response and drive the importance of a strong, well establish crisis management structure.