Crisis Management

Irrespective of the preventative measures you implement, crisis can occur at any time. Although thankfully rare, crisis is sudden, often unforeseen and spontaneous. However, it can also be occasioned as a consequence of rising tide incidents where a series of incremental events have been either poorly managed or your capacity to respond effectively has become overwhelmed.

How you arrive at crisis is an issue. However, your response and recovery evidences your resilience.

BS 11200:2004 is the benchmark guidance and good practice for Crisis Management. We will work with you to build your crisis management capability or enhance your existing framework via activities including:

  • Development of your crisis management plan (even where you don’t have one)
  • Crisis Leadership
  • Information Sharing
  • Situational Awareness
  • Effective Decision Making
  • Establishing a “Battle Rhythm”
  • Crisis Communications

Contact us to discuss your individual requirements