Executing under pressure requires clear and concise decision making - there is no time for second guessing. During a crisis incident, each individual member of an Emergency Response Safety team is accountable for effective communications, collaboration and leadership behavior.
This workshop provides a review of tactical safety best practices for responding to industrial emergencies and natural or manmade disasters such as a tornado, explosion, Haz Mat spill, etc. and how to identify and prevent execution gaps. In this workshop, we will analyze case studies with and without execution gaps and conduct interactive exercises that demonstrate how to think strategically together under pressure, improve individual real-time decision making and exhibit leadership behavior during a crisis incident.