Harwell's next training course
Effective Emergency Planning and Salvage Course
Wednesday 17 June 2020
This seminar is aimed at those who have had emergency plans in place for several years but are keen on conducting a review to ensure that the content will work effectively if ever implemented . With a combination of presentations and exercises, participants will be encouraged to scrutinise their plan, emergency management structure and identify strategies for improvement where necessary.
For anyone wishing to write an emergency plan it will also function well as an introduction to the topic and cover the fundamental content required for a robust and resilient contingency document. The day will also cover key elements of salvage techniques for dealing with damaged objects and provide blueprints for extending the training within attendees' organisations.
9.30am Registration and coffee
10.00am Introduction: aims and objectives
10.15am Emergency Planning Essentials - definitions, emergency teams, scope.
11.45am Effective incident response
12.30pm Emergency plans - key contents checklist
1.45pm Collections salvage - getting started, tactics and methods
3.30pm Managing major incidents - adapting your approach
Costs and Course Information
Costs for attending the course will be £275 + VAT for Priority Users, £375 + VAT for non Priority Users. Organisations who book two or more places on this course will obtain a 5% discount on each place. Please note that refunds cannot be given if cancellations are made 14 days before the course.
Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided for all attendees and the event will be held at West One De Vere Venues, Portland Place, near Oxford Circus tube. The course will run from 10.00am to 4.30pm. If you would like to book a place please complete the form below. Joining instructions and invoices will be sent out after you've booked your place. If you have any questions regarding this training program, please do not hesitate to contact Harwell on 01235 432245 or email@example.com and ask for Emma Dadson.