Anticipating the Unexpected - Preparing Your Organization for Critical Incidents
Critical incidents can present themselves at any time and in some cases escalate to more serious emergency situations. Anticipating the Unexpected will share planning strategies and best practices for emergency and business continuity planning for you to reference as you develop and modify plans for your organization.
This webinar is sponsored by Johnson Controls.
Free registration is available to ASIS members and non-members. ASIS will provide a post-event registration list to sponsors and/or co-sponsors of sponsored webinars like this event.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Identify major plan components and considerations of an emergency management and business continuity program.
- Review sample plan documents and understand their use before during and after a critical incident.
- Evaluate and apply best practices and lessons learned to future planning.
Joe Petroff, a 24-year employee at Michigan State University, began working in 2008 as Health and Safety Coordinator for RHS. A lifelong learner, Petroff has pursued professional trainings and certifications to improve his service to the MSU Community including Disney Leadership Institute, National Fire Protection Association Code Training, as well as earning certifications as DRI Certified Business Continuity Lead Auditor, OSHA General Industry Outreach Trainer and FEMA Incident Command Instructor. During his tenure, Petroff has endeavored to develop a Health, Safety, Security and Emergency Management program for one of the Nation's largest on-campus housing and hospitality auxiliary units that centers on the RHS mission of purpose, practice and people to create safe and healthy living and working spaces.