Crisis Planning and Checklists
A common feature of a crisis is that its consequences threaten basic functions and values, and that resources available are inadequate in relation to the immediate need. A crisis occurs unexpectedly and at a speed which may mean that management quickly loses control of the situation. Through basic planning and the development of checklists for different kinds of situations you can gain a considerable amount of time in the initial stages of a crisis.
Together we produce the plans and checklists needed so you can quickly get started with the crisis work. You will also receive help in designing these checklists based on your operational needs.