Wednesday, June 23rd, 2021 | Choose your preferred time
Be Prepared for Anything:
Disaster Preparedness and Response Best Practices
The success of any company comes from the trust others have in that organization and the reputation they carry.
One mishandled accident can destroy the trust of your employees, the public, and cause irreparable damage.
Being able to handle an unexpected safety incident, maintain business continuity, and protect the organization is just one part of safety’s many responsibilities.
By being prepared for disasters, incidents, and catastrophes – not only do you protect your workforce, but you protect the credibility of your company, and ensure compliance, credibility, and compassion.
This program will address how to manage a crisis, how to protect your people and reputation, and how to manage communication in the midst of an incident.
Join us on June 23rd for:
- Strategies you can enact immediately for maintaining safety in unpredictable times
- Best practices to manage daily safety concerns while preparing for unexpected events
- New approaches for communicating in the midst of disaster and how to keep communication strong in the aftermath
- Compliant processes to follow when recording, reporting, and sharing about an issue or incident
About Your Speaker:
Michael Peelish works as an attorney with a degree in engineering of mines with over 26 years working in the mining sector and at OSHA-related facilities. He has handled cases before the MSHA and OSHA Review Commissions and in state and federal courts. Before re-entering the legal profession, he had company oversight for safety and health for 19 years and during that time served as a senior executive for over 14 years for multiple publicly traded mining companies with oversight for human resources, environmental affairs, purchasing, government affairs, training, natural gas production JV and methane capture operating unit, and continuous improvement. Throughout his career, he has worked with mine operators and OSHA general industry facilities on 5 continents to implement safety and health programs, to audit operations against their safety and health programs, and to seek improved ways of protecting employees’ safety and health. He is now practicing law with the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC and regularly performs safety and health audits and exposure assessments for his clients.
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