Tuesday, March 3 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Many companies tend to avoid crisis planning — perhaps out of fear that planning for a disaster will somehow invite one. Not true. In fact, securing a crisis plan now could alleviate the possibility for more problems should one arise in the future.
A crisis can crop up from anywhere, be it the production floor, outside the plant or even Mother Nature. Hear from our panel of experts to learn from one baker’s first-hand experience, and get advice from professionals specializing in crisis planning and management.
Participant Learning Objectives
Prepare for a “not in my plant” scenario
Ready your bakery for adjusting to unexpected circumstances and surroundings
Understand what resources are available to help in a disaster
Anticipate long-term effects of a crisis … and how to continuously deal with them
Get the basics on establishing proactive crisis communications
Joanie Spencer, Sosland Publishing
Gini Dietrich, Arment Dietrich, Inc; Scott Skifstad, Lockton Companies