BC011_English: Fatality and Repatriation Business Continuity Management
The fatality of a staff member can be traumatic for those involved, but can also have far reaching implications for the organization as a whole, especially where a death occurs while at work, or through a violent act. Few managers have been subject to the complexities of dealing with a fatality, and fewer still in terms of being involved in the international repatriation of the deceased remains. Fatality management touches upon a raft of issues, whether in terms of dealing with family liaison management, staff morale considerations, operational and logistic needs, legal and reputational considerations, the interaction and management of external stakeholders, and the challenges of managing a transnational event while under significant pressures. This is exacerbated where the deceased has died in areas remote from support, or lacking in supportive infrastructure. Those involved face not only the emotional trauma, but also the risk of being perceived, or accused, of incompetency and a lack of diligence and care. This course helps management teams to work together to accomplish an integrated approach to a multi-party solution. HR PHR Credits (Functional Area 6): This course supports Human Resource professionals in developing effective business continuity policies, plans and protocols, communicating and training the workforce. It supports internal investigation techniques and it empowers organizational incident and emergency response measures and associated plans. This training also protects the organization from loss and liability, develops leadership concepts and applications, and supports risk management techniques. PLEASE REMEMBER - Some modules offer language subtitles. Click the 'CC' button on the video player controls to select your language. WEAK INTERNET – If you have limited bandwidth, please ensure you select the lowest quality setting under the gear icon in the video player controls.