In Case of Emergency podcast

In Case of Emergency

F24

What if today is not just another day? What if today the clouds roll in and the crisis hits. Are you ready for it? We are inviting you to F24’s new flagship podcast series: „In Case of Emergency“. In this series we take you inside our global community, and we will feature conversations with international experts on issues that matter most in alerting, crisis management and Business Continuity. In each episode, we discuss and analyse topics like crisis preparation, mobilisation and crisis communications. We will line up experts and professionals to understand their challenges before, during and after a crisis hits. And we will also look at how technology can mitigate negative impacts of critical events. Stay tuned and subscribe to us. Visit f24.com for more info on the podcast.

9 Episodes

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    #08 - Enhancing Reputation through crisis

    17:55

    How does effective media management work? Guest speaker: Peter Barrett from Powerscourt John Davison and Peter Barrett discuss the most important aspects of reputational management and why good media mangement can help to improve your reputation or even lead to invisible crisis for the public eye. Illustrated by remembering real examples of the past like the UK horse meat scandal or the Ratners Jewel PR crisis. 01:30 Could you give a quick introduction to Powerscourt and your role? 02:50 In regards to your experience, can you recite any example of good reputational crisis incidents that were managed successfully with the particular eye to the media management topic? 7:20 What are some challenging attributes to crisis management compared to business as usual? 10:18 It's not so much the big impact, that you're talking about, but something relatively slow burning and if it's not dealt with it could turn into something bigger? 12:16 Do you remember Gerald Ratner's example of a PR crisis? 14:27 What have you learned by working in your profession that you may have adopted as a standard working practice or perhaps which you even use in your personal life?
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    Trailer - In Case of Emergency

    1:39

    What if today is not just another day? What if today the clouds roll in and the crisis hits. Are you ready for it? John Davison, Managing Director at F24 UK is hosting F24’s new flagship podcast series: „In Case of Emergency“. In this series we take you inside our global community, and we will feature conversations with international experts on issues that matter most in alerting, crisis management and Business Continuity.  In each episode, we discuss and analyse topics like crisis preparation, mobilisation and crisis communications. We will line up experts and professionals to understand their challenges before, during and after a crisis hits. And we will also look at how technology can mitigate negative impacts of critical events.   Stay tuned and subscribe to us. Visit f24.com for more info on the podcast. 
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    #07 - Comprehensive crisis management with F24

    12:28

    Let’s look at the future of F24: what does it look like? Guest speaker: Benjamin Jansen from F24 AG In this episode, we will give you a closer look into F24, as the leading European provider for incident- and crisis management and what has changed during the last year of a global pandemic. Furthermore, we will talk about the importance of technological assistance in crucial situations. 1:57 Tell us more about F24 the leading European solution provider in emergency notifications and crisis management? 3:40 How can technology assist organisations in managing crisis situations? 5:50 How has F24’s focus changed in the last year during the global pandemic crisis? 07:00 The changes due to the pandemic, e.g. people working remotely, has that been a particular thread to F24? 07:52 Whilst technology is enableing the communication during a pandemic, the risk of cyber attacks is gotten very real. What is the core there for F24? 09:20 On the topic of data protection and security what makes F24 different?
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    #06 - The role of compliance in crisis management

    14:28

    Why is it an important aspect to integrate? Guest speaker: Dr. Sabine Schnabel, LL.M. (NYU), Founder and CEO of BSH advisors This discussion about compliance in crisis situations highlights different examples of crisis that interfere with the important role of compliance and provides recommendations on how to integrate compliance policies into your crisis management. 2:04 Why is it important for compliance leaders to be part of crisis management? 4:05 How do you see compliance involved in the preparation of crisis management? 5:20 What challenges do compliances teams face in crisis situations, can you give us some examples? 8:27 How would you recommend integrating compliance policies into crisis management?
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    #05 - Digital task management

    13:36

    How to bring your plans to life? Guest speaker: Kristian Pettersen from F24 Nordics AS Gain new insights on the benefits of digital task management, as a part of crisis management, and learn moreover about the most important aspects and requirements in practical terms. 1:43 What would you describe to be the most important aspect of crisis management? 3:50 What are the benefits of digital task management and what requirements are necessary? (e.g. checklists) 8:01 Can you recite recent examples of where one of your customers really exceled in using FACT24 CIM to deal with a critical situation? 10:17 What is your view in terms of operational resilience v crisis management, should organisations keep a clean line between day-to-day operations and real crisis incidents?
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    #04 - Reliable Information

    14:31

    How do you organise effective communication for a crisis situation? Guest speaker: Prof. Dr. Stefanie Heinecke from Fresenius This episode highlights the successful communication in crisis situations based on recent examples and our invited communication expert also gives some recommendations on approaching crisis communication. 1:58 Is there a secret miracle solution to successful crisis communications? 5:01 Can you recite some recent crisis situations that were handled particularly well or perhaps even badly in terms of communication? 7:20 What about the saying “say nothing to no-one” approach when should such an approach be adopted if at all? 08:48 What's your view on holding statements or preparations to keep the media at bay? 11:14 What is your advise on how to deal with fake news?
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    #03 - Employee Safety when travelling

    12:46

    Keeping employees safe during work-related travels can be a significant challenge, which is why professional and real time risk monitoring is a must – but how? Guest speaker: Martin Stamm from A3M In this dicussion we talk about the impact that COVID-19 had on employee travels and discuss changes and recommendations of travel safety as well as risk monitoring of the near future. 2:05 How can a software help organisation to keep their employees safe when travelling? 3:35 How did COVID-19 impact risk monitoring and employee travel? 05:05 In regards to the Monitoring, where does the information come from? 6:42 What is your recommendation and main aspects to consider in the near future in regards to employee travel safety?  8:22 Are there any other aspects that would benefit a business when it comes to monitoring global risk?
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    #02 - Certainty during insecure times

    13:49

    Efficient mass notifications with acknowledgements – what does that look like in practice? Guest speakers: Eske Ofner from F24 AG & Juan Manuel Gil from F24 Servicios de Comunicación S.L.U. The F24 colleagues discuss different use cases of mass alerting in Germany and Spain/Mexico and depictsome successful real examples. They also provide tips to alert a large number of people. 1:55 For which use cases or situations is mass alerting recommended? 5:10 Is it just a one way communication or what are key benefits? 6:40 Where do you see the value at in terms of international alerting? 9:20 In terms of past incidents can provide some examples of notable past incident where mass notifications proved to be so successful.
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    #01 - Train hard, fight easy

    15:46

    Why is it important to train and exercise? Guest speaker: Marianne Brokjøb from Equinor. In this episode we cover the importance of training and get some deeper insights into challenges large companies face, as well as potential training programs and tips. 2:25 Why is it essential to train and exercise, when there are well documented processes that have been well prepared? 6:27 What are the typical challenges that you face when training an exercising? What about a large company with many different geographic locations? 7:34 How about scenarios, what do you typically exercise during your training programs?

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