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TEFMA 2008 Sudhish Nayyar TEFMA 2008 Sudhish Nayyar

AGENDA • CRISIS – What is the worst thing that could happen? – Where? AGENDA • CRISIS – What is the worst thing that could happen? – Where? – When? • Steps in effective Crisis Management • Aon’s capabilities

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OVERVIEW OF CRISIS MANAGEMENT • Crisis Prevention Objectives • Incident Management Framework • Post-Incident OVERVIEW OF CRISIS MANAGEMENT • Crisis Prevention Objectives • Incident Management Framework • Post-Incident Analysis

CRISIS PREVENTION OBJECTIVES • Assess – Structure – Vulnerability analysis – Measure exposure and CRISIS PREVENTION OBJECTIVES • Assess – Structure – Vulnerability analysis – Measure exposure and develop a gap analysis • Design – Crisis management plans – Training & simulations • Implement – On-site and Off-site command centre – Test readiness of response teams • Improve – Network to leverage tools and resources – Regime of continuos improvement

STRUCTURE • In the midst of a crisis the greatest need is for “Direction” STRUCTURE • In the midst of a crisis the greatest need is for “Direction” • Level of Board/Executive involvement in crisis management – Risk culture of the organisation – Sponsorship at the highest level – Policies and codes

INTELLIGENCE • Continuos intelligence building – Regular environment scan – Available networks – On INTELLIGENCE • Continuos intelligence building – Regular environment scan – Available networks – On site reporting • Screening process for employees / students / contractors – Established (Legal) process & protocols – Communication flows

INTELLIGENCE • Size of “Backyard” • Resources • Using the intelligence network to prioritise INTELLIGENCE • Size of “Backyard” • Resources • Using the intelligence network to prioritise and focus

SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE • In-house or Outsourced – – Brief Turnover Competency checks Background checks SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE • In-house or Outsourced – – Brief Turnover Competency checks Background checks • Training regime – Regularity – Focussed

SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE • Technology • Interface with information network SECURITY INFRASTRUCTURE • Technology • Interface with information network

THREAT ASSESSMENT • US Secret Service study found that in nearly 75% of incidents THREAT ASSESSMENT • US Secret Service study found that in nearly 75% of incidents of serious violence at schools, other students were aware that attacks had been planned before they actually occurred • In more than half of all cases, more than one person had expressed concern to others prior to the attack

THREAT ASSESSMENT • Staff training in recognising signs – Mechanisms for reporting – Protocols THREAT ASSESSMENT • Staff training in recognising signs – Mechanisms for reporting – Protocols to assess and respond – Developing scenarios/patterns based on knowledge

CRISIS MANAGEMENT TEAM • Roles and responsibilities • Strategic and tactical • Intelligence interfaces CRISIS MANAGEMENT TEAM • Roles and responsibilities • Strategic and tactical • Intelligence interfaces • Communication flows

INCIDENT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK • Crisis Management Plan – Infrastructure requirements for command centre – INCIDENT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK • Crisis Management Plan – Infrastructure requirements for command centre – Affected area • • • Accurate and up-to-date site plans Population count Isolation procedures Public address system Evacuation plans Safe haven areas

RESPONSE OBJECTIVES • Be on the scene • Acting swiftly and decisively • Preservation RESPONSE OBJECTIVES • Be on the scene • Acting swiftly and decisively • Preservation of life and assets • Preservation of Forensic Evidence • Restoration of normality as soon as possible

CONSIDERATIONS • All major school shootings over the last ten years have occurred in CONSIDERATIONS • All major school shootings over the last ten years have occurred in schools located in small towns not large inner city schools • Have you ever heard what a gunshot sounds like inside of your school ? If not, how would you know what it really was if it happened in your school? • Have you ever seen a pipe bomb, or any other type of improvised explosive device ? If you haven’t ever seen one before, than how do you know what to look for during a bomb threat?

RESPONSE ACTIONS • What to look for – that which should not be there RESPONSE ACTIONS • What to look for – that which should not be there – that which can not be accounted for – that which is out of place • Search priorities – Evacuation routes & ‘safe’ areas – Public areas/assembly locations – Car parks, outside areas & perimeter – Office areas + ‘back of house’

CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS • Crisis communication plan • Be straightforward • Provide facts • Communicate CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS • Crisis communication plan • Be straightforward • Provide facts • Communicate proactively with the media, including the internet • Managing cultural issues

POST INCIDENT ANALYSIS • Review causes and effects • Assess performance • Capture lessons POST INCIDENT ANALYSIS • Review causes and effects • Assess performance • Capture lessons learned • Update plans

IN SUMMARY 1. What did you know? 2. When did you know it? 3. IN SUMMARY 1. What did you know? 2. When did you know it? 3. What did you do about it? 4. What are you going to do to ensure that it never happens again?

AON SPECIALITY DIVISIONS • Experts in specialist areas. • Worldwide initiative. • Enterprise risk AON SPECIALITY DIVISIONS • Experts in specialist areas. • Worldwide initiative. • Enterprise risk management