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Disaster Communication Guidelines

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Disaster Communication Guidelines

It is important for public safety agencies (such as law enforcement, emergency medical services, and fire services) to be able to provide and maintain communications before, during, and after a disaster or emergency.

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Disaster Communication Guidelines

  1. 1. Disaster Communication Guidelines Version: 2.0 Adaptive Processes Consulting Pvt. Ltd. An ISO 9001:2000 Certified Company 4th & 5th Floor, Sai Durga Enclave, Outer Ring Road Bellandur, Bangalore-560103, India. e-mail: Info@AdaptiveProcesses.com www.AdaptiveProcesses.com This document is the property of and proprietary to Adaptive Processes Consulting Pvt. Ltd. Contents of this document should not be disclosed to any unauthorized person. This document may not, in whole or in part, be reduced, reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, translated, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical.
  2. 2. Disaster Communication Guidelines Version: 2.0 ©Adaptive Processes Consulting Pvt Ltd Page 4 of 6 Internal Communication As a part of the <Company> internal communication strategy, preformatted communication will be prepared as shown below: Communication Preparation Responsibility From Whom to whom 1. Condolence letters HRD CEO to the family Head HR to bereaved family From the CEO/ Operations head/ Sales head to another organization or person in another organization 2. Status update by the CEO Marketing in consultation with HR + Legal CEO’s communication to employees on internal website + email 3. Status update by the Head HR HR in consultation with Marketing and Legal All employees through their Ids; Bulletin Board and extranet 4. Verbal message HRD From Help Desk operators (Employee Care Group) to bereaved families (verbal) From Help Desk (Employee Care Group) operators to families of safe Employees (verbal) 5. Donation message HRD From the CEO/ Operations Head to employees 6. Obituaries HRD & Marketing Postings: Internal announcements and Obituaries in the newspapers Transport Breakdown / Traffic Jams Timelines Activity 0 hours Alternate Vendor to be informed / Arrange for extra vehicle 0 hours Analyze back-up situation and Identified backup to carry on process 0 hours Transport coordinator to inform employees at home about the delay in transportation 0+1 hours Vendor to activate existing/Alternate routes 0+1 hours Van drivers to call transport coordinator in case of help required regarding pickups 0+2 hours Stranded Employees to be brought onsite/Alternate site/transferred safely to home 0+2 hours Resumption of process by the dedicated employees 0+6hours Transport Coordinator needs to stabilize the alternate route/Vendor/ Vehicle as the case may be 0+24 hours Transport coordinator to identify the root cause for breakdown and key lessons learnt has to be captured in the document 0+24 hours Resumptions of normal transport services with primary* vendor by resolving all issues 0+48 hours If primary vendor does not resume services finalize alternative vendor as Temporary* Vendor 0+ 5 days Finalize the second primary vendor * Primary vendor is defined as the company that provides transport on permanent basis. * Temporary vendor provides transport for a limited or defined period of time (e.g. Taxi’s,). This document is a partial preview. Full document download can be found on Flevy: http://flevy.com/browse/document/disaster-communication-guidelines-2306
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This Slideshare presentation is a partial preview of the full business document. To view and download the full document, please go here: http://flevy.com/browse/business-document/disaster-communication-guidelines-2306 DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION Disaster Communication Guidelines It is important for public safety agencies (such as law enforcement, emergency medical services, and fire services) to be able to provide and maintain communications before, during, and after a disaster or emergency.

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