Preventing and mitigating crises is closely aligned with Maqasid al-Shariah (the higher objectives of Islamic Law), which includes maintaining, protecting, elevating one’s religion, self, mind, wealth, and family. Moreover, responding effectively to crisis situations is highly valued in Islam, since it can potentially save lives. Allah (SWT) says (ومن أحياها فكأنما أحيا الناس جميعا) ” and whoever saves a life, it would be as though he saved the lives of all humans”. (Al-Ma’ida:32).
Islamic legal maxims like “Harm should be removed” and “harm should be avoided as much as possible” emphasize a comprehensive prevention approach, with harm reduction being a major focus. Hence, taking proactive measures to eliminate harm and what may lead to it is one of the core principles of Islam.
Include a set of scalable tools aimed to test existing emergency plans, protocols, and procedures.
A set of 27 key indicators across the three stages of a crisis: Pre-crisis, Crisis response, Post-crisis.
Simulate interactive exercises with key role leaders that test an organization’s emergency response protocols.
Self-management tactics include actions that one may undertake to relieve stress or divert from the problem.
This Program certifies the federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial homeland security partners.
The below Quick Guide is designed to assist school and school division personnel, administrators, and decision-makers in the pursuit of safety preparedness.
Safe and Sound Schools offers a network of survivors and safety professionals to provide support for your community during the recovery process.
Activate mental health and well-being plan for school community
The Ohio School Threat Assessment Training is a combination of best practices from leading school-safety experts, including the U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center. The Ohio guide helps schools team up with other community members, such as police officers and mental-health advocates, to prevent targeted violence and get help for troubled students.
Ohio School Threat Assessment Training: Introduction
Step 1: Establish a Multidisciplinary Threat Assessment Team
Step 2: Define Prohibited and Concerning Behaviors
Step 3: Create a Central Reporting Mechanism
Step 4: Determine the Threshold for Law Enforcement Intervention
Step 5: Establish Assessment Procedures
Step 6: Develop Risk Management Options
Step 7: Create and Promote Safe School Climates
Step 8: Conduct Training for All Stakeholders
Ohio School Threat Assessment Training: Conclusion
The speaker shares key principles on how to get best value from crisis simulation exercises as part of your crisis management training programme. The video explains how thorough crisis management planning will ensure that your organization is ready to do and say the right thing under pressure.
How to video tutorial on how to create the best crisis management plan for your business.