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Critical Incident Response Programs: The New Standard of Excellence in Risk Management.
Critical Incidents are inevitable in any type of business or industry. When you have a Critical Incident Stress Management program in place your company will manage the associated risks more effectively and inexpensively.
Take care of your employees after a stressful or traumatic incident. A peer-based crisis intervention team will support and enhance resilience and a quick recovery.
Meet OSHA requirements for General Duty Clause 29 USC 1900 5(a) and for S.E.M.P. compliance (Structured Emergency Response Program). See OSHA Critical Incident Stress Guide
Provide Risk Management for adversarial situations and help decrease litigious responses
Help prevent job stress and burnout problems and worker injuries/errors and associated costs
Decrease bottom-line expenses for employers. Studies have shown realized savings of $7 for every $1 spent on CISM.
Promote employee wellness and decrease utilization of sick time and benefits, up to 60%, in noted cases.
Stabilize crisis situations quickly & effectively when they do occur
Some examples of workplace critical incidents are:
Accidents/Injuries/Deaths occuring while at work
Death of an employee off the job
Death of employee family member
Chronic job-related stress
Inadequate stress management skills
Natural Disasters: fires, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes
The National Safe Workplace Institute projects the cost to the business at greater than $4.3 billion annually. This is due to lost productivity, worker error, sick time, and job-related injury due to the traumatic impact from these types of events.
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