When preparing for emergencies, there is no room for shortcuts. From weather-related issues to active shooters in the workplace and more, it's critical for your employees to know the correct action to take before, during, and after an emergency. The Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Certificate program from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the National Safety Council, Nebraska will help your company plan, prepare, and practice strategies to handle emergency situations.
The Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Certificate program from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the National Safety Council, Nebraska will help your company plan, prepare, and practice strategies to handle emergency situations. Prepare your company to resume business after facing a natural, technological or other disruptive event. Through presentations, interactive discussions and simulation exercises, you will gain a practical understanding of the issues related to emergency preparedness, business continuity of operations (COOP) and operational procedures.
- Disaster impact analyses
- Hazard and risk management
- Public and private coordination during events
- Agency cooperation and communication
- Continuity and recovery plans
- Fiscal sustainability
Role-play a disaster scenario and test your decisions! On the final day of training, you will test your skills handling an emergency as you tackle a disruptive event scenario. There are no winners or losers in this tabletop exercise — only decisions and consequences. Apply what you have learned and find out how your decisions would play out in a real-world emergency.
Class will begin Fall 2019. Class fee is $2,195 which includes all required workshops for each participant. Graduates will receive an Emergency Preparedness and Business Continuity Certificate endorsed by the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the National Safety Council, Nebraska. Register today to ensure your spot!
Emergency Response (3 days) September 6, 13, 27
Business Impact Analysis (2 days) October 11, 25
Plan Development Part I and II (2 days) November 1, 15
Response and Recovery (one day) November 22
Implementation: Capstone Case Study (one day) December 6
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