How to Streamline and Implement Enterprise-Level Emergency Plans
Enterprise-level emergency management requires standardization of local, regional, and company-wide preparedness and response plans.
For Kevin Hannes, Vice President of Emergency Management at AccentCare, a delicate balance of repeatable processes and agile implementation combine to ensure staff safety and patient continuity of care.
In this episode, Kevin breaks down how to:
- Test and exercise enterprise emergency plans
- Go beyond transmitting information to achieve effective communication
- Apply the “The Seven C’s of Emergency Management” to any crisis scenario
- Excel at after-action reviews and improvement plans
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