Steve Crimando, MA, CHPP, CTM

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Tuesday, December 7, 2021 | 1:00 PM ET
2021 presented an abundance of critical events that forced leaders to think… how can organizations become more resilient? The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, civil unrest, severe weather events, and active assailant incidents have created different challenges for all industries. These events, among others, have resulted in significant losses and inefficiencies.

But what if you were able to get ahead of these emerging threats to keep your employees safe and your business operating? While it is difficult to predict what challenges the new year may hold, we can predict how employees and other critical stakeholders may react to different types of crises. The ability to form accurate behavioral assumptions can give an organization's leaders a strategic and tactical advantage in managing a variety of operational risks. As we head into 2022, it’s imperative to understand the human element behind critical events in order to mitigate their impact.

Join us on Tuesday, December 7th at 1pm ET for an engaging session with Steve Crimando, Principal of Behavioral Science Applications LLC, as we look through the lens of human factors during critical events in 2021 and the year ahead. The session will discuss:

  • Several critical events that took place this year and the actions that individuals and organizations took to mitigate harm
  • Considerations for holistic incident planning and improved communications
  • Forward-thinking actions that individuals and organizations can take to alleviate harm in the new year

Can’t make the live session? Register anyway and we will send you the on-demand recording.

About the speaker

Steve Crimando is the principal and founder of Behavioral Science Applications LLC. He is a consultant and educator focused on the human element in disasters, mass violence, and other traumatic events. Mr. Crimando is a Certified Threat Manager (CTM), a Certified Homeland Protection Professional (CHPP), and a Board Certified Expert in Traumatic Stress (BCETS). With more than 30 years of experience in the field, Mr. Crimando was deployed to the 9/11 and 1993 World Trade Center attacks, as well as New Jersey’s anthrax screening center and other acts of international terrorism. He is a published author who is frequently called upon by the media and the courts as an expert in violence prevention and response. He provides training and support to programs within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Justice, law enforcement, intelligence, and military agencies, as well as NGO’s, such as the United Nations Operational Support-Special Situations Section.

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