Crisis Management at July TTBB; The Best Plan for the Worst Scenario

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No one wants to think of it happening, but having a crisis plan in place can mitigate emergency situations. On Thursday, July 18, 11:30 am at the Augusta Metro Chamber office, join Nutrien with presenter Paul Duckworth to learn more about preparing the best plan for the worst scenario at the Chamber’s Third Thursday Business Builder.

 

Is your staff trained on policy or know who to call in security situations? Do you have a contact plan for when a natural disaster strikes? Do you and your team know what to do in an active shooter situation? Are you prepared with a backup of your data and server in the case of flooding or outage? The afternoon’s presentation with Paul Duckworth, Senior Advisor, Security & Emergency Preparedness at Nutrien, will discuss safety measures and focus on creating or updating a crisis management plan for your business to be prepared for the unpredictable.

 

Paul is an experienced Manager in Preparedness and Response with a demonstrated history of working in the chemical industry and public safety. He is skilled in Crisis Management, Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Environment, Health and Safety (EHS), Fire Protection and Confined Space Rescue. Duckworth obtained his Bachelor of Science (BS) focused in OSHA from Columbia Southern University.

 

Attendance is complimentary for Chamber members, $15 for prospective-members with lunch provided. Advanced registration is required at AugustaMetroChamber.com. Registration deadline is Monday, July 15. Due to limited space, please limit to one (1) representative from each company. For more information, please contact Sabrina Balthrop, Director of Events, at Sabrina.Balthrop@augustametrochamber.com or 706.821.1300.

 

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Third Thursday Business Builder seminar series provides topical intelligence on key issues for businesses. Local industry experts present relevant information on topics important to successful business operations and growth.

 

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