In the event of a crisis, does your organization have an Emergency Action Plan? If so, is it actionable? What does it take to create a safety-conscious culture?
Attend the ARA Crisis Management Workshop to create or refine a personalized Emergency Action Plan that is relevant, implementable, and sustainable for the needs of your business and the local emergency resources. Sponsored by FMC, this day and a half workshop will be held April 3-5, 2018, in Las Vegas.
The content of the workshop will revolve around three fundamental principles of crisis management: plan preparation (PREPARE), actions and activities required to manage a crisis (RESPOND), and requirements to keep a crisis plan sustainable (SUSTAIN).
Led by Environment Health and Safety expert Laura Casey and Dr. Jaye L. Hamby, a leader in agricultural education, the day and a half program features industry best practices, interaction scenarios, and a template Emergency Action Plan.
Dr. Jaye L. Hamby has an extensive and diversified background in agriculture. Through his professional endeavors, Dr. Hamby has consultative expertise in both the agronomy and livestock market segments. He has led the launch efforts for numerous crop protection products and livestock pharmaceuticals.
In addition, Dr. Hamby served as a primary consultant for a rebranding initiative for a major agricultural retailer and is often invited to assist agribusiness organizations with their strategic planning efforts. Academically, Dr. Hamby has conducted significant agricultural policy research beginning with an implementation analysis of the Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990.
He has taught agricultural courses in futures and options, commodity price analysis and international trade. Dr. Hamby completed a bachelor’s in agricultural education with summa cum laude honors from the University of Tennessee. Upon completing his undergraduate degree, he was honored as the top graduate of the College of Agriculture. Following his selection as a Harry S. Truman Scholar by the U.S. Congress, he attended Oklahoma State University and earned masters and doctorate degrees in agricultural education with a specialization in agricultural economics.