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Special Occasions, Special Precautions

icon Blog on Emergency/Crisis Management  •  posted 11/20/12

Big get-togethers don't always go as planned. 

Recently, for example, 400 protesters joined forces outside the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit, angry at the corporation for what they perceive as a pattern of tax avoidance. Inside, a protester interrupted the company’s CFO as he began to speak. Security stepped in to eject the protester, and as they did, dozens more meeting attendees stood up, chanting “Pay Your Fair Share.” It lasted until the 20 security officers on hand escorted them all out of the meeting room.

The following management checklist identifies 20 planning steps to guarantee employees’ safety at your next big corporate event.

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