10am - 3.30pm, Wednesday 22 November 2017, Edinburgh (UK)
This training course for fleet and HR personnel looks at the procedures an organisation should have in place to provide appropriate support following a road crash or other sudden, violent event. The training covers:
- Practical and procedural issues following a sudden death or serious injury
- Possible commercial and legal implications for your company
- How to look after the welfare of all those involved in and impacted by an the incident
- The roles and responsibilities of professionals who work with bereaved and injured people
- What you can do to support affected personnel, and the limitations of your support
- Communicating to other members of staff
- Creating a crisis response team
- Rory Jackson, is the lead liability partner in Kennedys Law LLP Scotland. He is dual-qualified in Scotland and England & Wales. He leads the Scottish liability team looking after the interests of corporations, individuals, and others, following major incidents.
- Rosie Murray, specialist disaster management trainer with extensive experience in delivering crisis response training to police Family Liaison Officers, local authority staff and commercial companies
- DS Liz Armitage,Detective Sergeant in the Safeguarding arena managing a number of complex enquiries involving vulnerable victims. She has 23 years’ experience as a police officer, most of this in investigations, and was the Force Family Liaison Coordinator for West Yorkshire.
This training is free for Brake Professional members, and just £40 + VAT for non-members.
Not a member of Brake Professional? You can join for as little as £50 + VAT. Find out more.
This event would not be possible without funding kindly provided by Kennedys Law LLP.