Crisis Communications

Do You Know What To Do Next?

In any crisis situation, your first priority should be to ensure the safety of your employees. The second priority should be to minimize any misinformation surrounding the crisis situation and to mitigate any damage to the company's brand and reputation.

When responding to an emergency, it is important to have a Crisis Communications Plan in place to coordinate your response to the public and media. 

Be prepared with a Crisis Communications Plan created specifically for your company! Request a free 30 minute consultation to learn more: tishpublicrelations@gmail.com

Press Conference Microphones

human threats

Active Shooter, Armed Robbery/Burglary, Bomb Threat, Vandalism, Physical Violence, Embezzlement, Arson, Hostage Situation

accidents, outages, natural disasters

Earthquakes, Floods, HazMat, Wildfires, Severe Weather, Storm Damage, High Winds, Power Outage/Utility Failure 

employee behavior issues

Suicide, Engaging in Hate Speech, Display of Public Bias, Inappropriate Social Media Posts, Bullying, Drugs/Alcohol Issues, Sexual Misconduct