Download What to Consider in Crisis Management Planning There is no standard crisis management plan as it varies per organization.
The number and scope of programs in place are a testament to the problem-solving skills of local officials. With both determination and imagination, local leaders are expanding prevention and treatment programs and giving more flexibility to public safety personnel who interact daily with individuals struggling with addiction.
Knowing that localities cannot end this epidemic alone, these leaders are actively seeking partnerships and exploring innovative strategies that challenge old conventions about the stigma of addiction.
In earlythe National League of Cities and the National Association of Counties convened a joint task force to identify the local policies and practices that reduce opioid abuse and related fatalities.
The task force met twice, in Washington, D. These meetings, coupled with countless conversations with local officials from across the country, including public health directors, prosecutors, law enforcement officials and substance abuse directors, enabled the task force to produce this report and its recommendations.
The recommendations are aimed at city and county officials and are divided into four sections: Several of the recommendations are accompanied by existing local practices from cities and counties.
The report also includes recommendations for state and federal officials, who are pivotal partners in local efforts to combat opioid misuse, diversion, overdose and death.
Leading in a Crisis Recommendations at a Glance City and county leaders must assume roles of leadership in local efforts to reverse the trends of the opioid crisis. Set the tone in the local conversation on opioids. Educate and advocate to state and federal partners. Ensure progress for all in formulating responses to addiction.
It has become apparent that this epidemic can ravage any community in the nation regardless of its size or composition. In the face of such a threat, which has taken far too many lives and torn apart countless families, local officials must lead with energy, urgency and compassion.
There is much to be accomplished in reversing the opioid epidemic, and few are better positioned to carry out this work. Recommendations Set the tone in the local conversation on opioids.
As local government officials, we are privileged to speak to our constituents with the authority and legitimacy that comes with public office and the trust and empathy derived from living daily in the communities we serve. From this invaluable position, we must set the tone in conversations about opioids by breaking the silence and speaking candidly and compassionately about the crisis in our cities and counties.
However, we must also highlight and uplift local efforts to prevent further abuse of opioids and the overdoses and deaths that result from such abuse. In short, we must define our local struggles with the opioid crisis so that those struggles do not define our cities and counties.
By setting a constructive and compassionate tone in conversations on opioid abuse, we can achieve the imperative of chipping away at the stigma of opioid addiction.The Roles of Human Resources in Organizational Crisis Management By combining the HR Competency Model (see inset) with Mitroff’s crisis management framework (above).
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