ExpressTalks: Building an Emergency Action Plan for Your Business

Active shooters have targeted businesses 105 times since 2000, more than any other public locations. Are you confident your employees know what to do in case of an emergency? In this ExpressTalks, Jeff Rycroft 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

Watch the video below to learn more about diversity and inclusion in the workplace:

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 its intended purpose only.

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.

ExpressTalks – Subject Matter Experts

With subject matter employment experts, ExpressTalks, provided by Express Employment Professionals, are live streamed events designed to provide employment-related topics in just 30 minutes.

We know your time is valuable—and so is keeping up on the latest employment regulations and leadership trends. That’s why ExpressTalks was creatted with the business leader in mind, offering relevant employment topics delivered quickly.These diverse topics can relate to any industry and are relevant to issues that you face every day.

How have you implemented an emergency action plan? What other topics would you like to learn about through ExpressTalks? Let us know in the comments section below!

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