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Navigating Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management in Off-Campus Programs
Date / Time
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Punahou School - Cooke Library
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Snacks & Lunch Provided
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Navigating Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management in Off-Campus Programs: Presented by Lodestone Safety International
  • To present a comprehensive overview of international risk management for international education to include global programs, wilderness adventure programs and multi-day off-campus domestic programs.
  • To provide practical, actionable tools to assist faculty with the risk management of their off campus programs.
  • To enhance faculty and staff’s ability to reduce the likelihood of health, safety and security incidents and to more effectively mitigate the harm of untoward events when they do occur.
8:00AM Arrival
8:30 Introductions, Goals and Overview
8:45 Intro Scenarios and Discussion
9:15 Navigating Health, Safety and Security (presentation)
9:45 Scenarios 1 - Safety
10:15 Break 
10:30 Scenarios 2 – Security
11:00 Scenarios 3 – Health
12  Lunch 
1PM Medical Strategy (presentation)
1:45 Scenarios 4 – Emergency/Crisis
2:15 Emergency Response and Crisis Management (presentation)
2:45 Scenarios 5 – Leadership, “Misbehavior” and Group Management
3:30 Discussion and Wrap Up
Presenter Bio:
Bill Frederick is the founder of Lodestone Safety International, a training and consulting company specializing in health, safety and security for educational organizations operating abroad. Prior to that he held the position of Director of Safety at the School for Field Studies for eight years and served with Outward Bound for 16 years. Bill was chair for the Forum on Education Abroad’s pilot incident database and served for three years as co chair for the Forum Standards Institute: Beyond the Basics of Health, Safety and Security. As a faculty committee member for Wilderness Medical Associates, Bill designed the travel medicine curriculum and has taught emergency medicine extensively overseas. He has led numerous international safety reviews and has provided risk management training and program development for well over 150 educational and service institutions. He holds a B.A from the University of Colorado, an M.Ed from Harvard University and a CTH from the International Society of Travel Medicine.
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