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Start Date : 20 May,2024
End Date   : 24 May,2024
Duration    : 5 Days
Price          : $ 5,950 ( SAR 22,312.50)



Course Objectives: 

At the end of this course, participant will be able to: 


  • Provide a comprehensive understanding of the concepts and principles related to disaster and emergency management.
  • Developing analytical skills necessary for effective decision-making in disaster and emergency situations.
  • Identify the main types of hazards and how they interact with vulnerabilities.
  • Describe the basic elements of the disaster cycle from preparedness and mitigation to response and recovery.
  • Identify the opportunities and challenges of carrying out DRRM in different contexts.


Course Content: 

1.Risk Assessment and Hazard Identification:

  • Identify potential hazards and risks specific to the geographical location and the organization's operations.
  • Conduct a thorough assessment of vulnerabilities and potential impacts.

2.Emergency Planning:

  • Develop an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) that outlines specific actions to be taken during emergencies.
  • Define roles and responsibilities of individuals involved in the response.
  • Establish communication protocols and channels for effective coordination.


  • Conduct training and drills to ensure that personnel are prepared to respond effectively.
  • Maintain emergency supplies, equipment, and resources necessary for response efforts.
  • Establish partnerships and collaborations with relevant stakeholders, such as emergency services, government agencies, and community organizations.

4.Incident Command System (ICS):

  • Implement the Incident Command System (ICS) to establish a clear chain of command and coordination structure during emergencies.
  • Assign roles and responsibilities to different positions within the ICS, such as Incident Commander, Operations Section Chief, and Planning Section Chief.
  • Follow the principles of ICS, including unity of command, span of control, and modular organization.

5.Emergency Response:

  • Activate the Emergency Response Plan when an emergency occurs.
  • Initiate immediate actions based on predefined procedures to mitigate risks and protect life, property, and the environment.
  • Coordinate and communicate effectively with relevant stakeholders, both internal and external.

6.Business Continuity:

  • Develop a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to ensure the organization can continue essential functions during and after a disaster.
  • Identify critical business processes, resources, and dependencies.
  • Implement strategies to minimize disruption and restore operations in a timely manner.

7.Crisis Communication:

  • Establish a crisis communication plan to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders during emergencies.
  • Provide timely and accurate information to employees, customers, the media, and the public.
  • Maintain consistent messaging and address concerns and inquiries promptly.

8.Recovery and Rehabilitation:

  • Initiate recovery efforts after the emergency has passed.
  • Assess damages and prioritize recovery actions.
  • Collaborate with relevant authorities, agencies, and organizations to facilitate recovery and rehabilitation processes.

9.Evaluation and Improvement:

  • Conduct a post-incident evaluation to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
  • Update the Emergency Response Plan and Business Continuity Plan based on lessons learned.
  • Regularly review and test plans and procedures to ensure their effectiveness.


Targeted Audience: 

The advanced nature of this course will prove beneficial to the Oil & Gas industry particularly those with responsibility for either planning for or responding to incidents, emergencies and crises across the complete management spectrum. 

  • Line Managers and Supervisors and other professionals wishing to appraise their comprehension of Emergency Response  

  • Fire, Safety and Security Professionals 

  • Operation, Asset and Facility Professionals 

  • Risk, Marketing and Insurance Professionals 

  • Designated Incident, Emergency and Crisis Response Professionals 

Disaster and Emergency Management

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