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The next ExpressTalks installment covers the who, what, when, where, and why of developing your business’ emergency action plan. You won’t want to miss this; it’s free to attend!
ExpressTalks: Building an Emergency Action Plan for Your Business
Thursday, June 27 │ 10:30 – 11 a.m. (CDT)
Active shooters have targeted businesses 105 times since 2000, more than any other public location. Are you confident your employees know what to do in case of an emergency? In this ExpressTalks, Jeff Rycroft, Vice President of Risk Management of Express Employment Professionals, will discuss key factors to address when building an emergency action plan for your business.
During the presentation, the video RUN. HIDE. FIGHT.® Surviving an Active Shooter Event will be shown to help visualize why it’s so important to have an emergency plan in place.
Key points include:
- Who to include in the planning process
- Essential parts of an emergency action plan
- Time commitment necessary to develop and train
About Jeff Rycroft
As Vice President of Risk Management at Express Employment Professionals, Jeff Rycroft oversees the company’s efforts to reduce costs associated with workers’ compensation, contractual insurance liability, and unemployment claims.
Rycroft, his Risk Management team, and the Express franchisees turned a $22 million workers’ compensation deficit into a surplus of $15 million. Under his leadership, the company saved roughly $40 million in six years by lowering the state unemployment tax accrual (SUTA) rate.
Run Hide Fight® Video
The video is a Department of Homeland Security grant-funded project, produced by the City of Houston’s Mayor’s Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security. The City grants permission to use the video in the format provided for information and awareness training for the general population.