117 – Emergency Written Policies Every Park District Should Have and the Action Steps Those Policies Should Contain
Joseph Crimmins, President, Serve and Protect Law LLC; Michael Crane, CEO, Securisks
Learn how to improve your park district’s written emergency policies. Policies we will discuss include severe weather, bomb threat, domestic violence involving employees and the possible danger to the workplace, active shooter and active threat, flood and fire, building evacuation, and reunification of parents and children that were separated during a crisis event.
Learning Outcomes: Participants will be able to:
- Improve their written policy from one containing generic and boilerplate policy statements into a policy containing specific action steps that will help employees react and respond appropriately.
- Establish and document an effective chain of command within their organization when building leaders are not on site.