Emergency Response Development Training

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Preparing for and Developing a Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operations Plan

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* Learn more about the Full Multi-Hazard Emergency Response Model


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The impact of losing a member of the school community by a sudden death such as illness, suicide, homicide, accident, natural disaster or other sudden tragedy can have a devastating, and perhaps, long lasting impact on students and staff. Teachers, students, administrators, and families are stunned and often times overwhelmed with feelings of grief and helplessness, and thoughts of confusion, guilt or resentment that need to be addressed.

Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plans

Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plans
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The Emergency Response Development Training has drawn on a wealth of national research and years of professional experience to produce a Nationally utilized System for schools to follow in developing a Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operation Plans tailored to their specific needs and situation. The Nationally utilized System and the Multi-Hazard Plans produced by Keys has been reviewed by state officials and meet needed standards.

If the crisis is managed effectively, e.g., with an organized response structure specifically designed to meet a particular school’s needs, those most impacted by the crisis will be afforded the opportunity to feel valued, connected and contained, rather than feeling helpless, alone and out of control. Successful Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operations Plans are based on the thoughtful assessment of potential problems in the school environment, careful creation of a support network within and beyond the school, and the active participation of faculty, staff and others in preparing for their incident response roles.  The most effective way to using this Template is as part of a Crisis Action Training and Workshop that involves the staff at Keys’ facilitating a meeting of First Responders, community stakeholders and others. The System is used by the  Keys professional staff to guide the schools Threat Assessment & Response Team, First Responders and the community stakeholders and leaders, through the steps of developing and publishing a fully functional Multi-Hazard Plan. The following issues and considerations should help you set the stage for an effective Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operations Plan.

Emergency Response Training

General Pre-Incident Planning Considerations

  • Education/training of all faculty/staff who will fulfill crisis response roles
  • Developmental and ethnic cultural considerations of the student population
  • Understanding different reactions to traumatic stress
  • Identifying and establishing linkages with community partners
  • Identification of potential at-risk populations

Pre-Incident Education

  • Prevention programs on school and work place violence management
  • Safety protocols: evacuation plans, notification of first responders, etc.
  • Critical incident trauma
  • Evaluation and Shelter sites
  • Positive coping
  • Critical incident intervention programs
  • Review & Customize Planned response protocols

Preparing to Manage an Incident

  • Identify major stakeholders that could be impacted by event
  • Identify existing community partners of the stakeholder(s)
  • Identify existing critical incident consultants of the stakeholder(s) (ex. Keys)
  • Identify existing mental health linkages of the stakeholder(s)
  • Identify first responder linkages of the stakeholder(s)
  • Function of school administrators not assigned a Planned Role
  • Function of classroom personnel not assigned a Planned Role
  • Role of parents
  • Roles of non-school based intervention personnel
  • Special Functions of the Mental Health Professionals (MHP)
  • Community based responders including law enforcement personnel
  • Faith based responders (Clergy)
  • Standardized training and credentialing process in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)

Pre-Planning of Physical Sites

  • Identify major stakeholders that could be impacted by event
  • Identify existing community partners of the stakeholder(s)
  • Identify existing critical incident consultants of the stakeholder(s) (ex. Keys)
  • Identify existing mental health linkages of the stakeholder(s)
  • Identify first responder linkages of the stakeholder(s)
  • Function of school administrators not assigned a Planned Role
  • Function of classroom personnel not assigned a Planned Role
  • Role of parents
  • Roles of non-school based intervention personnel
  • Special Functions of the Mental Health Professionals (MHP)
  • Community based responders including law enforcement personnel
  • Faith based responders (Clergy)
  • Standardized training and credentialing process in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)

Establishing Links with Community Partners

  • Community leaders that can provide resources to impacted populations
  • Clergy
  • Mental health professionals
  • Law enforcement personnel, including community services officers
  • Probation
  • Local housing authority
  • Neighborhood Boys and Girls Clubs
  • Local parent and teen organizations
  • Other community resources

and more…..

Included in the Training/Workshop

Items listed below are included in the training cost of  this training

 * Crisis/Emergency Action Workbook
 * System of Multi-Hazard Crisis/Emergency Operations Plan 
 * Template of School Site Specific Emergency  Plan (hardcopy)
 * Electronic Template of District and School Plans (listed above)

At completion of Training/Workshop

 * Printed Copy 
  • Multi-Hazard District Crisis/Emergency Operations Plan
  • A School Site Specific Crisis/Emergency Operations Plan for each school in the District
 * Electronic Copy
  • Completed Multi-Hazard District Crisis/ Emergency Operations Plan
  • A School Site Specific Plan in Microsoft Word on disk.

THE FOLLOWING MAY BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY

 * Crisis Action Team Flip-Chart 
 * Classroom Crisis Action Flip-Chart w/ Codes for all school personnel 
 * Crisis Kit for school 
 * S.I.P. Kits “Shelter In Place” 

See what others are saying about this training/workshop

A School Principal at one school district said:

This has helped me a great deal in feeling much more comfortable in the event of an emergency.”


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