“Hey, Boss, is this a Drill?”
10 Most Overlooked (and Dangerous) Safety Problems Most HR Pros Miss
You know what one of the top 10 problems in emergency planning is? Your people. Your own employees are as likely to cause serious problems in an emergency as the emergency itself is.
But that’s not the only thing that’s putting you at risk for lawsuits and tragedy, when an emergency or disaster strikes between 9 and 5.
A lot of aspects of your emergency planning are actually subject to federal, state, and local laws. And if you aren’t in compliance with those laws, standards, and regulations, you could be putting yourself in legal jeopardy—before the emergency even happens—to the tune of thousands of dollars in legal fees and fines.
Didn’t know that you’re legally liable to have an emergency plan before an emergency ever happens? Find the large number of contradictory laws and standards out there confusing and overwhelming? You’re not alone.
Join certified emergency manager Bo Mitchell for an informative 60-minute presentation about the top 10 safety problems even the best HR pros overlook or miss. He’ll also shed some light on the laws, regulations, and standards that govern these problems—so you can avoid these legal headaches.
What are your responsibilities under federal law? Can you be sued if you don’t create a plan that meets standards? What kind of help should you expect from local first responders?
This presentation will not only keep you out of hot water—it could save your life or the life of your colleagues and employees. Sign up today, and make any future unknowns and emergencies a little less scary and a little less risky.
- The 10 most overlooked and dangerous safety problems in your workplace
- What are your responsibilities under federal law?
- What are the laws, regulations and standards that control emergency plans and training?
- What kinds of lawsuits could you be at risk for—and how would they affect you and your organization?
- What should be the overriding attitude for managers in re-evaluating current planning?
- How will your own employees hurt your response to a disaster?
- What to expect by way of help from local municipalities
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Bo Mitchell, president and founder of 911 Consulting, was police commissioner of Wilton, CT for 16 years. He retired to found 911 Consulting, which creates emergency plans, training and exercises for organizations like GE HQ, Health Net, Cablevision, Goodrich, and Western and Central Connecticut State Universities. He serves clients headquartered from Boston to L.A., working in their facilities from London to San Francisco. Bo has earned 16 certifications in homeland security, organizational safety and security. He also serves as an expert in landmark court cases nationally.
Bo is a Certified Emergency Manager and a Certified Business Continuity Professional.
This program has been approved for 1.5 recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website. The use of this seal is not an endorsement by HRCI of the quality of the program. It means that this program has met HRCIs criteria to be pre-approved for recertification credit.
Who would benefit from this program:
- HR Managers
- HR Directors
- HR Professionals
Why a WTC Audio Conference is Right for You:
- Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost.
- No travel-related expenses or complications.
- The perfect way to train as many employees as you like.
- 100% Guarantee: If you are dissatisfied, you are entitled to a complete refund.
Audio Conference Formats Explained
- Audio Conference CD Only: $229.00 (includes S&H)
Length: 1 hour 30 minutes
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