Product description

Understanding the dynamics of emotional response

During this half-day workshop, one of our crisis management consultants will work with you to support you in developing an understanding of a range of emotional responses to major incidents, both how the emotional response informs and changes perceptions and decision makings during the incident itself, along with its long-term impacts and the effects of stress. You do not have to be a Hazmat conference attendee to attend this workshop.


This workshop will help you in:

  • Learning to recognise and identify stress overload
  • ​Applying stress management techniques during crisis situations
  • Managing the impact of stress on mental health
  • Relating the learning outcomes to the observations made during the exercise delivery
The session will run from 1pm to 5pm and lunch will be provided from 12pm-1pm. The workshop is limited to 20 delegates only and will be allocated on first come first serve basis.
Relevant to:
  • Energy & Environment
Topics:
  • Chemical Risk
Event

Hazmat 2020 Half-day workshop

  • Date: 12 May 2020 Location: Stratford-upon-Avon, UK Event type: Conference Duration: 1/2 day
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    Price: $195 (inc. tax)
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    Product description

    Understanding the dynamics of emotional response

    During this half-day workshop, one of our crisis management consultants will work with you to support you in developing an understanding of a range of emotional responses to major incidents, both how the emotional response informs and changes perceptions and decision makings during the incident itself, along with its long-term impacts and the effects of stress. You do not have to be a Hazmat conference attendee to attend this workshop.


    This workshop will help you in:

    • Learning to recognise and identify stress overload
    • ​Applying stress management techniques during crisis situations
    • Managing the impact of stress on mental health
    • Relating the learning outcomes to the observations made during the exercise delivery
    The session will run from 1pm to 5pm and lunch will be provided from 12pm-1pm. The workshop is limited to 20 delegates only and will be allocated on first come first serve basis.