28 Sep 2017

Developing & delivering effective crisis & emergency response exercises


28 September 2017 - 14:00PM BST

The development of effective and appropriate crisis and emergency response training exercises is critical in testing whether response arrangements can sufficiently protect people, the environment, assets and reputation when the worst happens.

The National Chemical Emergency Centre (NCEC) invites you to register for a complimentary webinar entitled ‘Developing & delivering effective crisis & emergency response exercises’ which explores the value of such exercises as part of a robust safety strategy.

Effective and appropriate crisis and emergency response exercising based around realistic and relevant risk management scenarios can ultimately mean the difference between life and death when a serious incident takes place.

Can your current capabilities withstand the impact a serious incident?

This webinar will be delivered by NCEC’s Senior Crisis Manager and BCI Gold Award Winner, Chris Lewis, who brings a wealth of global crisis management experience to the table. In this webinar, Chris, will:

  • Evaluate the importance of exercises and the key principles you need to practice to ensure a successful response when the worst happens.
  • Explore the importance of having an exercise programme and how this fits into the overall safety strategy.
  • Explore the different types of exercise so that you can select the most appropriate for your organisation’s current capability.
  • Explore the four-step process (design, development, conduct and evaluate) of developing and delivering exercises. 
  • Provide practical examples and case studies of lessons learnt from previous exercises, demonstrating the importance of proactive and effective planning.

Register now

Learn more about our incident notification expertise