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Crisis Preparedness: The Tough Questions You Need to Ask




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The evening news leads off with a story about your company. Two employees claim they were harassed and assaulted by their supervisor. You knew the guy in college and he seemed like a great guy.

Now what should you do?

Negligent Failure to Plan: The New Horizon in Employer Liability

Failing to plan for a disaster can be an added disaster in itself. In the wake of terror attacks and destructive acts of nature, corporations and institutions are coming under increased scrutiny to have thorough plans and procedures in place to mitigate the effects of a disaster.

You’ve seen the impact of an unexpected incident:

  • Industrial disasters such as the gas leak at Union Carbide's Bhopal plant in India
  • Natural disasters such as the 2004 tsunami or Hurricane Katrina
  • Acts of terror/aggression such as 9/11 and Oklahoma City
  • Even city and national parks have faced severe penalties due to negligent failure to plan

You and your organization must have the right plans in place in order to survive the worst-case scenario in today's world. LMAG offers a free overview of crisis preparedness that you may download in PDF format.

We'll help you answer these critical questions:

  • Have I taken reasonable precautions to prevent a critical incident?
  • Am I prepared to quickly respond with proper protective and palliative action in a crisis?
  • Do my employees know what to do in the event of a crisis?