Crisis Management Consulting

Crisis Management Consulting is a client-focused consulting business providing consulting, training and coaching in crisis management, business continuity, emergency management and crisis communications for private, public, government, university, education and not-for-profit organizations in the following services:

  • Review, assess and audit programs
  • Emergency Plans, guides and tools
  • ISO 22301 Lead Implementer and Lead Auditor – Business Continuity Management Systems
  • Training and Exercises
  • EOC and Crisis Management Center operations
  • Business Continuity and COOP plans and systems
  • Incident Specific Guides
  • Support the configuration concepts for the utilization of SharePoint™
  • Coaching with INDIVIDUALS, MANAGERS and LEADERS to build skills, knowledge and personal capability, through practice, to assess situations, lead the crisis team, and run the EOC

For products, services and fees, go to: www.BCMSbasics.com 

For more information – contact me today!

Jan Decker – 253.261.2704    jan@crisismanagementconsulting.com

THE 10-2 BIZ CON PLAN

10 Basic Steps for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery for the SMALL and MEDIUM sized Business or Organization – DO THIS ALL IN 2 WEEKS Taking care of business in these days includes planning for and being well positioned in crisis and disaster events – including those that involve a loss of data, systems, website, […]

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The 3 R’s of Resiliency for the Small Business

The 3 R’s of Resilience for Small Businesses Business Continuity is coming into the mainstream as a core part of business strategy for the small business owner and small or satellite operations.   Just this month, Hurricane Sandy gave a number of small business operations a big challenge with its destruction of the critical infrastructure, […]

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ESFs or Annexes – What's what with these plans?

When we get into emergency operations planning, we quickly get into a discussion of the whole thing about annexes, and since about 1999, into the concept of Emergency Support Functions or ESFs. Here's the deal – as I see it: All plans of any kind for any reason are decisions.   Decisions made in advance […]

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Jan Decker’s 23 Tips For Success for a FSE

Before you start, decide for yourself:                                  -Your own purpose for the exercise – why you want to do this, what you want to do in it and what findings you want to collect, analyze and have at the end. […]

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Gut Instincts In Crisis Decision Making

I recently reviewed a posting on a prominent web forum that gave the author's best take on the role of "feelings" in making decisions – especially during a crisis or urgency.   I agreed and did not agree with the posting as it relates to Crisis Management and Crisis Decisions.   Yes, feelings or more […]

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