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Crisis Management Tools for Remote Workers


Mark Sheldon

Remote workers, such as military personnel or aid workers, are constantly putting their own lives in danger. Often working in a foreign environment it is imperative that these workers have the tools they need to manage high risk and crisis situations at all times.

So what is a crisis management tool? It is simply a device that allows remote workers to communicate back to a central command post. The tool may be a handheld device, or a piece of technology fitted to a vehicle (a truck, a plane or even a boat) that allows a central team to be able to monitor the location of, and communicate with personnel on the ground.

Crisis Management Systems are made up of a number of different platforms.

For example, the personnel need to have a device from which they can communicate both verbally and also in a positional sense. This information is then relayed back to the central base where it is interpreted by Crisis Management software. This software allows the central team to analyze the risk and make informed decisions to help manage the current situation.

One of the most important tools in a crisis management situation is the people. The people who use the Crisis Management tools in order to make decisions that can affect the outcome of the crisis. It is imperative that the personnel are all trained and made aware of the crisis management policies.

Investment in Crisis Management should be a number one priority, both in technology and training. Basically, to put it simply, all bases need to be covered and the personnel need to be able to adapt their training to real life situations as the crisis occurs.

A crisis is never a planned event, and so its important that training is given to help personnel adapt to any given situation. It’s all about making informed decisions that can help to save the lives of those on the ground. Through good training, reliable communication devices and a good software platform there is no reason why crisis management can not help diffuse a hostile situation and save lives.

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