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Michigan Library & Historical Center

Managing the Aftermath / Impact of Workplace Shootings | Lansing

The shootings at Michigan State, Oxford Schools, Walmart, FedEx, Las Vegas, at malls and manufacturing facilities, have forced employers to review their crisis recovery plans after such acts of terror and violence. This program will discuss how to assess and reduce the impact of traumatic events...

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Managing the Aftermath / Impact of Workplace Shootings  |  Lansing
Managing the Aftermath / Impact of Workplace Shootings  |  Lansing

Time & Location

Mar 19, 2024, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Michigan Library & Historical Center, 702 W Kalamazoo St, Lansing, MI 48909, USA

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About the event

About the Training:

The shootings at Michigan State, Oxford Schools, Walmart, FedEx, Las Vegas, at malls and manufacturing facilities, have forced employers to review their crisis recovery plans after such acts of terror and violence.

This program  will discuss how to assess and reduce the impact of traumatic events on people, operations, litigation and brand name.

Photos of mass casualty scenes and interviews of survivors will be shown.

Seminar Content:

- Discussion of  Mass Casualty Events, Shootings, and Fatalities  Program will discuss shootings, the attacks at Ground Zero / the Pentagon, at the U.S. Postal Service at Royal Oak and Dearborn, at schools, and manufacturing plants. - Human Crisis Reactions to Traumatic Events The stages of emotional, physical and psychological reactions will be described including the continuum from “normal” employee “acute stress” reactions,  to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). - Post Shooting Crisis Intervention including: Crisis Team Deployment, Site logistics, Triage of victims, Establishing a Crisis Operations Center, Worker Compensation Reduction, Group and  individual trauma crisis intervention, and Follow Up Strategies.

- Crisis Communications: Strategies to communicate with employees, stakeholders, the public, and media.

- Leadership During Crisis: Leadership actions to help organizational re-stabilization, improve morale and facilitate recovery after crisis events.

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Trainer: Dr. Kenneth Wolf,  kwolfphd@theimt.org    248-217-1677

Dr. Wolf was a responder at the World Trade Center Terrorist Attack, the Northwest Plane Crashes at Metro Airport, the U.S. Postal Shooting at Royal Oak / Dearborn, and has assisted many companies recover from workplace shootings, fatalities and industrial  accidents.

Dr. Kenneth Wolf has conducted Violence Prevention and Threat Assessment trainings for the United States Postal Service, UAW-General Motors, UAW, Chrysler, Eaton Corporation, Intel, Pinkerton, DTE Energy, Accident Fund of Michigan, the United States Army, Los Alamos National Laboratory, municipalities, Fortune 500 Companies, schools, Houses of Worship and healthcare facilities.

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This program is co-sponsored by: American Society of Safety Professionals MIOSHA CET Division Center for Workplace Violence Prevention Incident Management Team, Inc.

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