Crisis Management & Emergency Response Summit

15 - 17 October, 2019 | Manama, Bahrain

Post-Conference Workshop: Thursday, 17 October 2019

9:00 am - 1:00 pm Considering both physiological and operational aspects when managing a crisis

Dr. Arthur Kurt Eiler - Chairman, CEO & Board Member, Conflict, Crisis & Disaster Management, UAE
Direct costs associated with the plant, facility and equipment installation and operation have continued to hold steady for many years, but the indirect costs have gone up significantly.
Indirect costs account for more than 30% of every dollar spent and the safety and maintenance issues account for over 50% of these indirect costs. Maintenance, health and safety of employees is of topmost priority in any company. Attend this exciting workshop to know the day-to-day operations involving maintenance and health and safety of employees and equipment.

  1. Planning effective proactive and reactive maintenance programmes for several types of crisis (environmental, man-made, exceptional)
  2. Overcoming challenges through employee participation in effective health , safety and rescue operations
  3. The importance of a regular emergency preparedness plan that takes into consideration both aspect: Operations and Physiological variables
  4. Ensuring an effective equipment maintenance programme across different departments

Dr. Arthur Kurt Eiler

Chairman, CEO & Board Member, Conflict
Crisis & Disaster Management, UAE