Communication and Crisis Paper Tremeise Lane-Jackson HCS/320 May 22, 2013 Pukar Ratti Communication and Crisis The effective communication and preparedness are critical in emergencies and crisis situations. Communication is a necessity to society’s existence and ability to accomplish every day task depends on what the situation is. However, the effective communication could be the key issue of the organizations. The survival of an organization depends on its ability to handle appropriately crisis situations. This paper will discuss the emergency plans for a crisis or a disaster situation.
These spokespersons will receive an effective brief earlier to beginning their transferal. Giving the public and private sectors, a brief explanation of what went wrong and the steps necessary to contain the situation will help to maintain calm and control of panic. Not everyone is going to want to lend a helping hand, therefore the organization must utilize the volunteers that they have. The most common challenge that the company faces is language obstacles. The corporation should make arrangements so that they have an interpreter for all the main languages, so the message can be delivered to
Future Trend of Crisis Intervention in the Human Services Delivery System Lisa Anderson BSHS 471 June 05, 2012 David Elkins Future Trend of Crisis Intervention in the Human Services Delivery System Crisis intervention strategies methods used to support an individual’s for short-term that have experienced a crisis, emotional, physiological distress. The client may not be able to function normally, solve problems, or need help coping. The purpose of crisis intervention, overview of future challenges on the practices of crisis intervention and trends we may see in the future. The human service system has many challenges today meeting the clients’ needs. Caring for clients where a crisis has occurred, such as a personal loss, mental illness, substance abuse issue, or family diamante issues.
The Policy Process Part 1 LeTasia Robinson University of Phoenix HCS455 June 18, 2012 Pam Crocker The Policy Process Part 1 Policies are developed because a response needs to be made to the existence of a situation that is perceived to be a problem. The policy process refers to all of the specific decisions and events that are required for a policy to be proposed, considered, and finally either implemented and/or set aside. The policy process is an interactive process with multiple points of access that provides opportunities to influence the multiple decision makers involved in each stage (Abood, 2007). There are several steps involved in the policy making process. This paper will identify the first three steps that are involved in policy making process.
The relationship and openness with the media as an organization or as an incident commander can often help to steer the objectives of the crisis management. Whether the objective is getting out important information to those affected by the crisis or presenting a narrative to the public about the actions that took place, the media and their outlets are going to play a major role. It is certain that there will be a number of agendas placed on the table as well. With mutual respect, open flow of information and understanding of each other’s needs, the media on its own can more than assist in supporting the safety and protection of all parties involved with the stories and content they
This representative is under a lot of pressure to answer questions, so having only one person to take this on is important. Multiple levels of communication are required in investigating the water contamination crisis. Individual and groups will have information to share with the media. I will hold a press conference to ensure the community we are doing all we can to take care of the crisis. In order to put the public at ease, I will ask the Governor and Director of the Water Waste Manger to attend a press conference.
Emergency Disaster Plan Julieann Dooley American Sentinel University Emergency Disaster Plan The purpose of this paper is to assess the community for potential disasters that could result in mass casualties, including what disasters are predictable, and what if any measures can be taken to prevent or minimize injuries, death, or destruction. It will also discuss who is responsible for disaster management in the community, what plans are in place for warning people and for communicating which actions to take in the event of a disaster, and if the people are aware of these plans. It will also talk about what social and cultural factors need to be considered in disaster planning in the community, if there are vulnerable populations with special needs, and if an evacuation of the community is mandated what are the plans for the evacuation of these groups. Lastly it will discuss what emergency supplies the health care facility has available in the event of a disaster, what provisions have been made available for vulnerable patients in the event the power goes out, and how would patients be evacuated from the facility to safe shelters. Community Assessment Tulare County is a small rural area in central California, mostly comprised of farms and dairies.
First, to use social media accounts properly, the team will need to consistently evaluate the needs and wants of its customers. The evaluation process will require the marketing department and John Ujda to do research occasionally, to make sure that posts relate to those things that the customers want to hear or see. Secondly the company must be sure to always see what is being posted and pictured. Social media is a great tool, but if the company posts things that may raise questions or things that seem to have an unprofessional tone, they are not using social media properly. This action plan will allow Better World Books to come out from behind the shadowns of Amazon and other online retailers, something they have been struggling to accomplish.
He generally directs the operation. The Public information Officer (PIO) Disasters are an important source of news and needs to be relayed to the public accurately, and at the same time, enhance one’s interest. During a disaster, the public information officer holds this responsibility. The PIO answers to the Incident Commander, and ensures that the the community and collaborating agencies is given public health information is applicable to the situation. He bears the responsibility of furthering effective and accurate communications and making known this information appropriately.
Immediate reports from first responders must be sent up the chain of command in order for every level to grasp the situation and be able to effectively deploy the resources needed. If communication is effective between all levels the public would be informed on what to do and what actions they must due in order to ensure their own safety. Effective communication would provide the public with traffic and access points, decontamination points, and potential fallout areas. Speed is key in ensuring that the general population is out of harm’s way. The decisions must be made fast and be effective in order for evacuations to be performed.