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Slide 1: This slide introduces the title of the presentation Preparing Emergency Response to Crisis or Catastrophe. Simply add your company's name and get started.
Slide 2: This slide presents the Table of Contents with nineteen points including Introduction, Purpose & Objectives, Types & Levels of Crisis, Identify Crisis Management Team, Identity Spokesperson, Crisis Directory, List of Emergency Personnel & Local Officials, Risk Assessment, Crisis Inventory, Crisis Communication Control Centre- Equipment & Supplies, List of Key Publics & Key Media, Communication Plan for Notifying Publics, Key Messages, Press Release, Social Media Responses, Crisis Communication Policy, Crisis Action Plan- Summary, Crisis Management Steps, and Evaluation Form.
Slide 3: This slide displays the Introduction to crisis management and communications plan.
Slide 4: This slide enlists the Purpose & Objectives such as Provide all support to the affected and the community for dealing with a crisis, Minimize losses to property and other resources of the company, Communicate information about the crisis to the internal and external public, Provide media reliable information to avoid rumors and backlash, Preserve the natural environment, and Safeguard human life and well-being.
Slide 5: This slide showcases the Types & Levels of Crisis such as Natural disasters, Technological crises, Confrontation crises, Crisis of Malevolence, Workplace Violence, and Rumors.
Slide 6: This slide presents the Identify Crisis Management Team with their images, names, designations, and job profiles.
Slide 7: This is a continuation of Identify Crisis Management Team with an outline of Team Composition including Facility Management, Legal Department, Risk Management, Information Technology, Human Resources, Financial Services, Real Estate Management, Corporate Security, and Public Relations/Communications.
Slide 8: This slide presents the Identify Spokesperson with their image, Name, Designation, and the option to add three Key Messages.
Slide 9: This slide showcases the Crisis Directory with Contact Chart in Event of Crisis. it has a table for employee names, titles, team roles, phone, and e-mail.
Slide 10: This slide displays the List of Emergency Personnel & Local Officials with their organization, phone, and e-mail.
Slide 11: This slide shows the Risk Assessment table with their likelihood, impact, and total score.
Slide 12: This slide ic a continuation of Risk Assessment with impact to probability ratio under low, medium, and high levels.
Slide 13: This slide shows the Crisis Inventory Ranking Based on Potential Occurrence under Impossible, Nearly impossible, Remote possibility, Possible, Probable, and Highly probable categories.
Slide 14: This slide shows the Crisis Inventory Ranking Based on Potential Damage to the Company under No Damage, Little Damage, Some Damage, Considerable Damage, Considerable Damage and Media Involvement, and Devastating categories.
Slide 15: This slide displays Crisis Communication Control Centre Equipment & Supplies with location and a list of required supplies.
Slide 16: This slide has a List of Key Publics & Key Media in Local Television and Local Print Media.
Slide 17: This slide displays the Communication Plan for Notifying Publics involving the Loyal Current Customers, Employees, Former & Potential Customers, Industries & Govt. Officials, and Competitors.
Slide 18: This slide continues the Communication Plan for Notifying Publics with Employees, Executives, Customers, Board of Directors, and Electronic Media.
Slide 19: This slide shows the Key Messages in a News Release format.
Slide 20: This slide presents a Press Release Template to be followed for writing a press release in advance to save time later.
Slide 21: This slide shows the Social Media Responses planned for After the initial crisis and Apology.
Slide 22: This slide describes the Crisis Communication Policy involving Personnel matters are to remain confidential, All comments should be guided by professionalism & transparency, There should be one designated crisis management lead person coordinating all aspects of the organization’s response including managing the messages and the media, Only the chief spokesperson and back-up spokespeople are authorized to release information to the media and to the public, Immediate reporting of all crises to a supervisor & the president & CEO, and When possible, responses should be proactive, responsive, & action-oriented.
Slide 23: This slide showcases the Crisis Action Plan Summary covering the description, team/person, and action on the basis of Highest, Moderate, and Lower risk levels.
Slide 24: This slide elaborates the Crisis Management Steps under Safety, Notification, and Crisis Communication Team.
Slide 25: This slide continues the Crisis Management Steps with Step 4, ie, Assess the situation.
Slide 26: This slide continues the Crisis Management Steps with Develop Key Messages, Staff and Partner notifications, Recordkeeping, and Post-crisis review.
Slide 27: This slide describes the Evaluation Form for Post Crisis in a survey format where 1 strongly disagrees, 2 disagree, 3 neutral, 4 agree, and 5 strongly agree.
Slide 28: This slide includes a variety of additional icons for this presentation to assist editing at the users' end.
Slide 29: This slide introduces the Additional Slides provided with this presentation.
Slide 30: This is a four-level Agenda slide with description text boxes.
Slide 31: This slide covers your Company Introduction with Background, Capabilities, Accreditation, Company Vision, and Company Mission.
Slide 32: This slide shows Our Team with their Image, name, Designation, Qualification, and Work experience.
Slide 33: This is the Our Mission slide to showcase your company's Vision, Mission, and Goals.
Slide 34: This slide displays Our Goals & Objectives including Business Plan, Programmers for Strategic objectives, Systems & Solutions, and Operation of Solution.
Slide 35: This slide shows the Core Values of your company like Passion, Respect, Integrity, Accountability & Collaboration, and Excellence.
Slide 36: This slide shows the Organizational Structure with Client Solutions, Investment Strategy, Innovation & Partnerships, and Risk Management.
Slide 37: This slide shows a six-year Timeline for your project's progress.
Slide 38: This slide shows a four-step roadmap to highlight your project's development.
Slide 39: This is the conclusive Thank You slide with space to add your company's address, contact number, and e-mail address.

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