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Practice and Testing / Exercises

Practice and Testing / Exercises

Challenge

Organizations should have elaborate crisis management processes and plans in place for the many facets of emergency response requirements. Without testing, weaknesses may not be detected and crisis management teams will not have an opportunity to become assured and confident in executing their plans. They are therefore strongly advised to test plans and procedures regularly and repeatedly by means of exercises under realistic conditions, thus contributing to a learning-oriented organization.

Main Topics of Exercises

  • Notification and Alarm
  • First measures
  • Activating facilities, installations and equipment
  • Testing Crisis Management Leadership
  • Testing Crisis Management Teamwork
  • Testing Crisis Management Network
  • Testing main aspects of Emergency Response Plan
  • Testing problem solving skills of teams and team members involved
  • Debriefing including self-awareness and immediate measures
  • Exercise report with measures and implementation rules

How you will benefit

  • Notification and alarm  will allow verification of alarm schemes and availability of resources
  • Handling of “chaos phase” including first measures can be assessed
  • Equipment check of facilities, installations and equipment under simulated emergency conditions
  • Opportunity to practice particular roles for assigned functions at designated positions
  • Opportunity to practice in particular situations and with challenges of pre-planned scenarios
  • Opportunity to practice crisis management leadership
  • Opportunity to work in a simulated real-time crisis management environment under pressure
  • Preparing Emergency Response Organizations to deal with various degrees of real emergency situations

Designed for

Managerial and Support Staff involved in Emergency Response