Crisis Response Abroad

January 2017 | 0 Comments  Average 5 out of 5

Share This:

  • Share on Facebook
  • Share on Google Plus
  • Share on Linkedin
« Back

A crisis abroad can take many forms: transportation accidents, injuries or illnesses, and crime or terrorism events. Institutions can prepare for crises abroad by creating and practicing written emergency plans. A sound international crisis response plan includes preparation, prevention, and response directives for a range of situations.

Sample elements of an international crisis response plan include:

  • Pre-departure and onsite travel orientations
  • Detailed communication strategies
  • Evacuation and back-up plans
  • Documentation of international crises and the institution’s response

UE Resources

Other Resources


Add Comment

Text Only 2000 character limit

Page 1 of 1