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31 Oct. 2018 Posted by aadams

Tips for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Heather Lukaszewski, Systems Administrator and Supervisor

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. In the wake of big-name data breaches, including some of the most popular social media and search engine sites on the web, protecting personal information has become extremely significant.

Although maintaining vigilance in the digital age is difficult, there are simple everyday practices you can adopt that will keep your data safe, secure and out of the hands of bad actors.

17 Oct. 2018 Posted by aadams

Preparedness Planning: Reunification and Assistance

Michael Bugenhagen, FEI Business Development Manager

From a sense of privacy to adequate restroom facilities, providing space for reunification and assistance in the wake of a crisis event takes careful consideration and planning. Prepare your reunification and assistance efforts beforehand by assessing safe location criteria like size and access while also formalizing the organization’s relationship with first responders and the media.

3 Oct. 2018 Posted by aadams

Airport Aggression: A Real-World Mandt System Story

Raquelle Solon, FEI Business Solutions Engineer

You can never know when and where a violent situation might occur. Even with the increased airport security of a post-9/11 world, conflict still erupts at a moment’s notice. Whether at work or on the road, understanding the techniques of The Mandt System® training and practicing situational awareness can help de-escalate potentially volatile situations.

19 Sep. 2018 Posted by aadams

The Many Ways of Crisis Self-Care

Marcia O’Boyle, FEI EAP Services Center Manager

Crisis situations can be stressful, exhausting and traumatic. If we aren’t mindful, the experiences of working in or around crisis management can easily overwhelm.

The act of self-care can be the key to maintaining health and wellness after a crisis event. There’s no “right” method to practicing self-care, of course, and different people approach caring for themselves in very different ways.

5 Sep. 2018 Posted by aadams

The Human Dimension of Disaster Support

Amber Meulendyke, Marketing and Public Relations Manager

Organizations that have experienced tragedy sometimes struggle to assist victims and families when the need is greatest, yet recognizing the human dimension of disaster support is a crucial part of any crisis response.

In order to help businesses maintain operations while caring for victims, FEI utilizes a
network of trauma specialists who provide necessary support for the human dimension of mass casualty events.

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