Creating your emergency public information plan and putting it to use during an incident
Whether a fire, flood, mass shooting or crisis of confidence, ongoing communication with your community and stakeholders is essential. There is a great deal of planning that needs to happen before you face a crisis, but continuing communications responsibilities are often overlooked. Once the initial crisis communication efforts have taken place, there is still a lot of outreach to do following an incident - which can go on for weeks or even months. You will hear about real-life case studies, tips for navigating your crisis, and have an opportunity to share experiences with your peers and learn from those who have experienced crises of all types.
Sheri Benninghoven, APR Scott Summerfield
Date & Time
Thursday, November 4, 2021, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM