» Bill Bull, VP Risk Management, CIEE
» Colin McElroy, Director of Health, Safety, & Security, CIEE
Utilizing an imaginary country profile and a risk matrix, workshop participants will walk through the process of determining if they are prepared to support Health, Safety, and Security problems that arise. The exercise will run participants through a series of issues and incidents using a Table Top scenario that will help them understand their own levels of preparedness and what refinements are needed. The country is imaginary but the tools to conduct such an assessment are real and have real-life application in today’s shifting world that forces us all to be on top of managing risk and supporting our faculty, staff, and students abroad. This Table Top activity continues where the Basic training started but is open to all – reviewing preparedness through simulation will lead to positive improvements and outcomes as we work the situations together and learn from each other.
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
» Demonstrate increased awareness of your institution’s risk appetite
» Develop an action plan to implement at the home campus to enhance their institution’s ability to support students in the event of a crisis
» Identify internal resources on campus to engage in response to an Health, Safety or Security issue
» Identify external resources to assist in an Health, Safety or Security issue
» Enhance Risk Assessment skills and risk response capabilities
Workshop Location: New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
Registration Fee: $0
*This workshop is free of charge, but there are limited spots available. Registration for the workshop is first-come, first-served.