MARINE CRISIS MANAGEMENT & MEDIA HANDLING

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

All Managers, Authorized Company Representatives, All Officers

SCOPE:

To offer an understanding to all Executives involved of what may happen in the critical hours and days following an accident or emergency situation by facilitating crisis management and intervention, maintain control over the events and effectively plan company response and corporate strategy to the public, leading to accurate and courteous dealings with the Media

DURATION:

2 Days

DOCUMENTATION REFERENCE:

ISM Code
TVMSA & TOTS

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Introduction to Public Relations
  • Role of the Media in the 21st Century
  • When Disaster Strikes – A Company in an Emergency
  • Victim Psychology – Stress Related Reactions to an Emergency
  • Crisis Simulation Session (Drafting an Emergency Procedures Manual Based on Actual Events)
  • Importance of Strategic Planning
  • Role Planning and Added Demands of an Emergency Response
  • Dealing With Media Before, During and After an Accident
  • Press Conference Simulation Session / Conclusions

LANGUAGE:

Course delivery in Greek/English while training materials in English.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY:

A combination of lecture through PowerPoint presentation as well as role play workshop exercises.

INSTRUCTORS:

Qualified Instructors

COURSE APPROVAL:

Non STCW course

ENTRY STANDARDS:

National ID or Passport (Valid), a colored photograph

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