Crisis Communication Plan Outline


In today’s society, for any organization serving thousands of people, preparation for emergencies and for emergency communications is essential. As we guard the lives and well being of our members and guests, we also protect the reputation of the organization. In the first minutes and hours of a crisis, that reputation—and the conduct of the staff and managers—will go through a swift re- assessment in the eyes of members, participants, parents, other staff, volunteers and the general public. And perception of an organization’s response to a crisis, as it plays out in the media, may in the long run create a greater impression on local government and the public than does the actual response itself.


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