Cloudy with a Chance of Crisis: Does Compliance Have a Seat on Your Crisis Team?

The forecast shows cloudy with a chance of crisis. Do you have your compliance umbrella ready?

How does a crisis that doesn't start as a compliance crisis evolve into one? How compliance’s role critical for both preparedness and response?

James Green, Director of Risk Advisory Services with SAI Global, presents best practices for developing a crisis communication plan including the key personnel involved, the critical items to include, and how to implement the plan.

The discussion will include:

  • Best practices for developing a crisis communication plan
  • Critical items to include and the method of implementation
  • Real-life crisis communication examples
  • Lessons learned

This webinar was hosted live on April 28, 2020. and CCB CEU credits are available for replaying the webinar.

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