In Case of Emergency

CRITICAL INCIDENT RESPONSE

The first 48 hours are the key. When a community is struck by a tragic or frightening event–such as a fire, serious accident, or death by suicide–the community can take action to ensure that all necessary actions are taken. This workshop provides the opportunity for the development of a Critical Incident Response Protocol and for the practice of a simple, but effective trauma prevention tool.

  • Each participant receives a comprehensive handbook.

Agenda

  • Introducing the Critical Incident Response Protocol
  • Understanding Critical Incidents
  • Developing the Protocol
  • Suicide Postvention Protocol
  • Delegation and Putting the Plan in Place
  • Trauma Prevention
  • Guided talking Circle Trauma Prevention Technique