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Crisis Management in Construction

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In construction, the unthinkable can happen to anyone at any time. Are you prepared to respond to a critical incident on your construction site? These unexpected events demand calm, confident, and decisive action during chaos. A failed response can quickly turn into a crisis which may threaten your company’s reputation and viability.

Most contractors are aware of their obligation to identify risk and develop mitigation plans. However, some may not recognize that planning a response to a catastrophe is just as important as the effort that goes into preventing one. Without a planned response, poor decisions are made, precious time is lost, and containing the situation becomes increasingly difficult. Planning for a crisis allows you to take control of the situation and reduce the impact on your employees, clients, subcontractors, suppliers, and the public.

Please join Holmes Construction for this one-hour webinar to hear insights on how to create a strategy for identifying, preventing, and controlling crisis situations.

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