This Practice Note sets out the key things to think about when a crisis happens. It provides guidance on the first 12 hours, including assembly of a crisis team, consideration of external reporting, dealing with staff and communications management.
This Practice Note, produced in partnership with Philip Ryan of Shoosmiths, provides high level guidance on dealing with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). It sets out the role, powers and strategy of the HSE, the sorts of events that can trigger a visit, what to do in the event of a visit, and covers self-reporting.
This Precedent Crisis management panic sheet, published in collaboration with Philip Ryan of Shoosmiths LLP, gives tips on what to do in the immediate aftermath (first 12 to 24 hours) of a crisis that is not covered by another specific plan. There are separate Precedents for crisis management in relation to specific incidents like product recall, data security breach, internal investigation, dawn raids and business continuity failure.
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