Heatherington Consulting Group offers Emergency Response & Critical Incident Debriefing services
Being prepared for inevitable & unforeseen events serves as a value tool in stabilizing and supporting the workforce after stressful events
HCG Emergency Response
We all are aware that any organization is vulnerable to an emergency situation; Workplace Violence, Environmental Disasters, Earthquake, Floods, and Hurricanes to name a few.
Emergency Response preparation is essential for managing and recovering from a crisis. Core elements of developing an Emergency Response Plan include:
With more than 25 years of experience working with Business & Industry and responding to emergency events, Heatherington Consulting Group can help your organization be prepared for a crisis.
HCG Critical Incident Debriefing
Heatherington Consulting Group has implemented the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Mitchell Model, for many years. Dr. Heatherington has been recognized by the Foundation and Dr. Jeff Mitchell for her expertise and contribution to CISD and Post-Trauma syndromes.
Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) is a comprehensive, therapeutic and educational intervention process designed to minimize the impact of critical incidents on business and industry, police, and other emergency service workers. It involves peer, group and one-on-one support during, immediately after, and in the days following a critical incident, regardless of shift.
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing will assist employees in understanding and coping with their stress and have been proven to accelerate the recovery process in persons experiencing reactions after a critical incident. Debriefing sessions are confidential.
Benefits of Critical Incident Debriefing
Critical Incident Debriefing, performed immediately after an incident is over, allows for peer support, information, and ventilation of feelings or immediate concerns affecting employees and their families. CID serves as a value tool in stabilizing and supporting the workforce in the event of:
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