Presentations offer a fun, insightful and effective way to provide insight and training to employees, community groups and leaders. Resilience provides presentations that can be
accomplished onlineor in-person.
One-size-fits-all style of presentations often leave out those who have difficulty in adapting to PowerPoint only presentations. Resileince utilizes various forms of presentation
that is sure to grab the attention of all participants.
Resilience can work with you to develop a presentation that will provide training to large groups of participants at your
Resilience can work with you to tailor a presentation on behalf of your organization. We will offer our experience, resources and presentation experience that will enable you to offer a powerful
presentation to your organization!
Additionally, Resilience offers the following presentations:
- Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment in Your Organization
- Resilience works with you to provide a presentation of the Hazards and Vulnerabilities within your organization
- HMS Titanic: What really happened, and how is your planning different?
- This presentation provides a realistic understanding of what happened on the Titanic, and reviews your organization response plans and how they could be adapted for use in most emrgencies
- Developing a Common Operating Picture (CoP)
- This presentation demonstrates how leadership can utilize incoming information in conjunction with outgoing communication in order to develop a clearer picture of what is actually happening
during a response
- The World Threat Picture
- With so much information available, it is difficult to understand what the real threat is. This presentation details what threats (both natural and man-made) can affect your organization. You may
be surprised to find out that a threat many miles away is something for your organization to plan for!
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Threat and Responses
- This presentation breaks down each component of possible terrorist attacks utilizing Weapons of Mas Destruction. including how they are a threat, which are true threats and how a response must
deal with WMD releases. Case studies include: the Anthrax attacks of 2001, Tokyo sarin gas release, radiological terrorism, the 1984 Rajneeshee Antelope Ranch (Oregon) biological attack using
salmonella, the Oklahoma federal building truck bomb attack and others.
- Nerve Agent Antidote Kit (NAAK) Procedures
- In response to a chemical nerve agent attack, the Nerve Agent Antidote Kit was developed. This presentation details the characteristics of a nerve agant attack, when to use and when not to use
the NAAK, and how to use it.