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Registration for The Fatal Flaw in Your Emergency Plan: Effective Command/Control/Communications, a new Continuity Insights webinar, is now open. Bo Mitchell, President of 911 Consulting, will join us for a discussion on this critical topic on Wednesday, August 4, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. ET.

All the crisis plans your workplace is supposed to have require emergency communications with internal and external audiences. Yet most employers have not planned, equipped, trained, drilled, or exercised these systems and procedures important to your response when an emergency strikes.

If you can’t communicate, you can’t respond. Every employer is required to have an emergency team made up of employees. So, for command and control, you need to organize that team; assign a chain of command; and then arm the team with communications devices/systems to make your emergency response successful.

During his presentation, Mitchell will address this critical issue including:

  • The compliance issues regarding Command/Control/Communications (CCC)
  • Your CCC needs
  • How a lack of CCC can defeat your response and sustainability
  • How a lack of CCC can get personnel hurt and damage your reputation
  • How can you fix your CCC, thereby making all your plans far more effective
  • The benefits of planning, training, drills, and exercises

Register for The Fatal Flaw in Your Emergency Plan: Effective Command/Control/Communications (CCC) here.

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