Dealing with Nuclear Terrorism


Course Title:

How to Deal with the Nuclear Terrorism

Course duration:

3 days

Price:

$1095

Course Summary:

This workshop provides, homeland security, first responders, fire, police, and medical personnel, specialists in radiation safety, and government response coordinators with communication tools for effectively dealing with fears of nuclear terrorism. This workshop is based on over 25 years of experience in dealing with nuclear incidents and studies on the psychological basis of fears. This workshop will show why conventional approaches to public communications do not work and what is needed for successful communications during a nuclear incident. Ten tools for effective radiation risk communication will be provided.

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Description

What is Nuclear Terrorism?
  • An attack on a nuclear power plant, maybe using an airliner...
  • Explosion of a dirty bomb in your community...
  • Explosion of a renegade nuclear weapon in your city...
Many people are terrified by the thought that such an attack could occur!

This workshop provides, homeland security, first responders, fire, police, and medical personnel, specialists in radiation safety, and government response coordinators with communication tools for effectively dealing with fears of nuclear terrorism. This workshop is based on over 25 years of experience in dealing with nuclear incidents and studies on the psychological basis of fears.

This workshop will show why conventional approaches to public communications do not work and what is needed for successful communications during a nuclear incident. Ten tools for effective radiation risk communication will be provided.

The workshop will provide an analysis of each participant's natural communication style and how this style relates to public communication preferences. We will evaluate the communication strengths and weaknesses of each participant with the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. We will practice the skill called Active Listening for hearing and responding to people's fears of radiation. We will also explore the basis of fears and how to respond to people's perceptions and images of consequences to radiation exposure.