Improve your prevention and learning by better managing and using incident information in your daily-work.
Security-related incidents put the lives of aid workers and aid recipients at risk in addition to disrupting the flow of assistance to disaster-affected populations. The information we receive when dealing with all types of incidents is critical for supporting a timely and effective response, as well as for learning and preventing similar incidents in the future. This information should also be used by NGOs to better understand their context of operations, and take evidence-based decisions at a more strategic level.
This training recognises the integral role HR plays in managing incident information and looks at how informative incident information can be to enable a good response, prevent future incidents, spot trends and make better strategic decisions. By using the data to spot trends and implement changes to employment practices which support the health, safety and wellbeing of employees, HR and security staff will be able to communicate and collaborate in ensuring incident information is used to its full potential.
Aim of the training:
The aim of this training is to provide participants with an understanding of the importance of information arising from incidents, learn how to use the data available to strengthen their organisation’s preparedness and response to incidents involving their employees, and consider how this data could be beneficial to the wider NGO community.
Who is this training for?
This session is most suitable for HR professionals involved with dealing with all staff affected by many different types of incidents.
This training will run twice and there will be live webinars on:
6 February 1- 4pm GMT
6 March 1- 4pm GMT
It is held online for convenience and course materials will be released 2 weeks prior to the webinars.
Please see the Eventbrite page for more information on course objectives and the application process
This training is part of a series of trainings for non security staff. Please see the Eventbrite for information on other training opportunities.