Crisis Planning is as much about preventing an incident becoming a crisis for your business or organisation, as it is about handling the crisis expertly, when it arises.
A crisis plan is a valuable asset, and the exercise to develop and produce one, gives you the opportunity to address the robustness of your current processes and procedures.
The ‘what if’ question is something that sits at the backs of minds of many a business or Government agency leader, yet the reality is that, at some point, you will have to deal with a crisis. It may be an environmental matter, a cyber attack, a tragic accident, a sudden slump in performance, or any unexpected event. A Crisis Plan is the one thing you wished you had prepared for, if you could have your time again.
Here’s an example of how we responded to a request to produce a Crisis Communications Plan for a global aviation client. They have 1,200 employees and work with over 2,500 airports in more than 175 countries, from the busiest and largest including Atlanta, Beijing, Dubai, Heathrow, Charles De Gaulle, Frankfurt, Istanbul, New Delhi and Changi to the fast-growing airports across Asia and Africa.Find out more