This course covers the two aspects of crisis management: 1) How to be prepared and anticipate the unexpected event that leads to a crisis and 2) how to manage the crisis after the event has occurred. Emergency response plans and operational crisis management are described in this course: The different plans and procedures prepared by the operator. The objectives, definitions and rules of crisis management, the organisation, the actors and the definition of roles. Finally, it details the different types of Training and Exercises required for preparation.
Course Structure: 6 modules of max. 2 hours each, delivered over 3 days Each day will consist of 2 x 2-hour modules including a 30 min. break in between.
Course Level: Skill Duration: 3 days Instructor: Serge Majoulet or Philippe Vidal
Designed for you, if you are...
A business manager
An engineer assuming a HSSE or operational management position
'Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Management' is a collective management involving various stakeholders of a project or production entity: HSE, production, drilling, logistics but also legal and finance.
How we build your confidence
Live instructor-led training
This course will give participants a strong theoretical background by providing a solid and meticulous documentation that you will be able to use in your working position as a reference
Extensive use of case studies and exercises
When appropriate, videos will complement and support the theory
The benefits from attending
By the end of the course you will feel confident in your understanding of:
All plans and procedures prepared to cover all types of emergency situations: blow-out, oil spills, fire or explosion...
The organisation of a crisis cell and the roles of every individual within the cell
How to react in case of a crisis in your entity, whatever your function and role might be
Objectives, definitions and rules - Objectives of Crisis Management - Definition of emergency and crisis situation - Perimeter and general rules
Organisation, stakeholders and roles - Identification and mapping of stakeholders
Plans & procedures - Incident management system - Various levels of CM - Affiliate ERP - Site emergency plan - Contractor’s ERP & bridging documents - Specific contingency plans - BOCP - OSCP - Medevac
Plans & procedures continued
Training & competency - Different types of training and drills