Mission Statement: we'll
continue to create
public-to-private partnerships to fight the war on terrorism, teach Incident Command and Control
(ICS) at all levels of the
international credit union movement, and organize "Critical
Incident Response Teams (CIRTs)" to reinforce local fire fighters,
law enforcement, emergency government'
and homeland security professionals.
to read progress reports
and posted updates.
Fidelity bond risks (burglary, robbery, embezzlement, scams,
fraud, etc.) and other property/casualty risks increase
during natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and when there's a
breakdown in law and order. In 2007 we'll focus on risk
concentrations in chapters or regions considered to be in
Our R&D department,
Library, and curriculum all provide teaching tools to customize
our RM presentations and workshops.
to view our curriculum.
to tour our center!
According to Abraham Maslow's
(I'm proud to say a fellow University of Wisconsin
Alumnus), victims all have a "hierarchy of needs!"
Consequently the fastest and most effective way to help
them recover after a crisis is to first address their
physiological needs (their need for food and water,
shelter, safety, economic stability etc.) than their
belongingness needs (rebuild their connection with
friends, family, faith community, social groups, etc.)
and finally their need for self esteem or a future.
Our strategy in 2007
on fidelity and
property/casualty risks that threaten economic
physiological needs of a community. Our community
will both focus on
organizing CIRTs and teach the ICS through business
associations, veteran' organizations, and local
faith-based communities to include churches, synagogues,
mosques, and temples.
to read more about Maslow, his
Hierarchy of Needs, and how to respond to victims needs
during a crisis.
click here to enter
our lobby, tour our center, and learn more about
managing life threatening risks in 2007!
Rich Woldt - CEO The Risk
Management Learning Center
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs