In our upcoming webinar we will take a detailed look at the emergency management team’s emergency preparedness planning and communications strategy and how they were able to react quickly.
Pandemic Readiness: How To Build Your Communications, Training Plan
We’ve seen pandemics before: SARS, swine flu, Ebola, Zika, etc. Every time, the infection’s arrival is unexpected and its scale unprecedented, leaving businesses struggling to adapt to this newest threat.
Public health experts are unanimous in the belief that we are at a greater risk for experiencing large-scale pandemics than ever before, and that the next outbreak may be a new disease. It is critical that your organization is ready.
With proper preparation and training, you can significantly lessen the risk for your organization. Emergency preparedness expert and certified FEMA instructor Meg Nash will share her top communications and training strategies for pandemic readiness in our upcoming webinar.
During this 60-minute session, you will discover:
- Create a comprehensive communications plan
- Identify the right messages and channels to use during a pandemic
- Continue business operations while employees are working remotely
- Use two-communication to do well checks and monitor the status of your employees
- Test your communications plan during training exercises
- Recording Date: April 12, 2018
- Speaker: Meg Nash
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Meg Nash, MPH
Public Health Expert
Meg Nash is a seasoned business continuity professional with a comprehensive background in emergency response, disaster preparedness and public health.
She has worked with businesses to implement continuity plans for more than 10 years and has more than 20 years of experience in emergency management and response. Meg is a certified FEMA instructor, and a highly rated speaker and presenter.
She holds a Master of Public Health and graduate certificate in emergency management and public health, both from George Washington University.