Start Date : 24 June,2024
End Date : 28 June,2024
Duration : 5 Days
Price : $ 5,750 ( SAR 21,562.50)
At the end of this course, participant will be able to:
- Provide a comprehensive understanding of the concepts and principles related to disaster and emergency management.
- Developing analytical skills necessary for effective decision-making in disaster and emergency situations.
- Identify the main types of hazards and how they interact with vulnerabilities.
- Describe the basic elements of the disaster cycle from preparedness and mitigation to response and recovery.
- Identify the opportunities and challenges of carrying out DRRM in different contexts.
1.Risk Assessment and Hazard Identification:
- Identify potential hazards and risks specific to the geographical location and the organization's operations.
- Conduct a thorough assessment of vulnerabilities and potential impacts.
- Develop an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) that outlines specific actions to be taken during emergencies.
- Define roles and responsibilities of individuals involved in the response.
- Establish communication protocols and channels for effective coordination.
- Conduct training and drills to ensure that personnel are prepared to respond effectively.
- Maintain emergency supplies, equipment, and resources necessary for response efforts.
- Establish partnerships and collaborations with relevant stakeholders, such as emergency services, government agencies, and community organizations.
4.Incident Command System (ICS):
- Implement the Incident Command System (ICS) to establish a clear chain of command and coordination structure during emergencies.
- Assign roles and responsibilities to different positions within the ICS, such as Incident Commander, Operations Section Chief, and Planning Section Chief.
- Follow the principles of ICS, including unity of command, span of control, and modular organization.
- Activate the Emergency Response Plan when an emergency occurs.
- Initiate immediate actions based on predefined procedures to mitigate risks and protect life, property, and the environment.
- Coordinate and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders, both internal and external.
- Develop a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to ensure the organization can continue essential functions during and after a disaster.
- Identify critical business processes, resources, and dependencies.
- Implement strategies to minimize disruption and restore operations in a timely manner.
- Establish a crisis communication plan to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders during emergencies.
- Provide timely and accurate information to employees, customers, the media, and the public.
- Maintain consistent messaging and address concerns and inquiries promptly.
8.Recovery and Rehabilitation:
- Initiate recovery efforts after the emergency has passed.
- Assess damages and prioritize recovery actions.
- Collaborate with relevant authorities, agencies, and organizations to facilitate recovery and rehabilitation processes.
9.Evaluation and Improvement:
- Conduct a post-incident evaluation to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
- Update the Emergency Response Plan and Business Continuity Plan based on lessons learned.
- Regularly review and test plans and procedures to ensure their effectiveness.
The advanced nature of this course will prove beneficial to the Oil & Gas industry particularly those with responsibility for either planning for or responding to incidents, emergencies and crises across the complete management spectrum.
Line Managers and Supervisors and other professionals wishing to appraise their comprehension of Emergency Response
Fire, Safety and Security Professionals
Operation, Asset and Facility Professionals
Risk, Marketing and Insurance Professionals
Designated Incident, Emergency and Crisis Response Professionals