Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp

A three-part series to help you reboot your safety plan, effectively alert and communicate, and quickly react to any emergency

Introduction

If you’re not 100% about your organization’s safety plan, don’t worry… you’re not alone.

With the rise of workplace violence and the continuous threat of natural disasters, it is more important than ever for your organization to have an effective way to manage emergencies. Failing to plan ahead and implement a strong safety system introduces significant liability and ethical issues.

One highly successful approach to emergency management involves implementing the Plan-Alert-React (PAR) system. With a solid plan, a method to alert everyone in your organization, and a system that allows you to communicate clearly and react effectively, you will help save your most important asset: your employee’s lives.

Introduction

If you’re not 100% about your organization’s safety plan, don’t worry… you’re not alone.

With the rise of workplace violence and the continuous threat of natural disasters, it is more important than ever for your organization to have an effective way to manage emergencies. Failing to plan ahead and implement a strong safety system introduces significant liability and ethical issues.

One highly successful approach to emergency management involves implementing the Plan-Alert-React (PAR) system. With a solid plan, a method to alert everyone in your organization, and a system that allows you to communicate clearly and react effectively, you will help save your most important asset: your employee’s lives.

“In the military, we often said that an okay decision now is better than the best decision too late. This is because some people, when faced with an emergency, freeze while they try to process what’s happening and while they try to figure out what to do. This is paralysis by analysis.”

-Ryan Cleckner

“In the military, we often said that an okay decision now is better than the best decision too late. This is because some people, when faced with an emergency, freeze while they try to process what’s happening and while they try to figure out what to do. This is paralysis by analysis.”

-Ryan Cleckner

The Three-Part Series

 

Enlist in the Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp to get free access to a three-part, three-day series that will help you reboot your safety plan, effectively alert and communicate, and quickly react to any emergency.

Day 1: Video + guide

3 Best Practices For Developing your safety plan

Day 2: video + guide

2 Major Weaknesses of Commonly Used Alert Systems

Day 3: Video + guide

5 Steps for Efficient Emergency Response

Ryan Cleckner

YOUR GUIDE

 

The Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp is led by Ryan Cleckner, Co-Founder and President of Mayday Safety, a modern emergency management platform. He is a former United States Army Special Operations veteran and EMT. He has trained numerous law enforcement and military personnel and is recognized as a subject matter expert in his field. He is also an attorney, best-selling author, and an entrepreneur.

Ryan uses his platform to help organizations get prepared for emergencies. It is his mission to help them clarify their safety plan, effectively alert and communicate, and efficiently respond to emergencies in order to save lives.

You can learn more about Ryan and the simple steps you can take to improve your organization’s safety HERE.

Ryan Cleckner

YOUR GUIDE

 

The Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp is led by Ryan Cleckner, Co-Founder and President of Mayday Safety, a modern emergency management platform. He is a former United States Army Special Operations veteran and EMT. He has trained numerous law enforcement and military personnel and is recognized as a subject matter expert in his field. He is also an attorney, best-selling author, and an entrepreneur.

Ryan uses his platform to help organizations get prepared for emergencies. It is his mission to help them clarify their safety plan, effectively alert and communicate, and efficiently respond to emergencies in order to save lives.

You can learn more about Ryan and the simple steps you can take to improve your organization’s safety HERE.

Get Free Access to Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp

 

Submit your email below to get FREE access to the Safety Plan [Re]boot Camp, a three-part, three-day series that will help you reboot your safety plan, effectively alert and communicate, and quickly react to any emergency.