When a crisis happens, seconds count. Knowing how to effectively respond to the media, employees, regulators and the public with accurate and timely information is crucial.
Speaking on a panel at The Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health (CTEH) Third Annual Risk Crisis Communication Seminar, McAfee & Taft regulatory attorney Chris Paul discusses the legal issues surrounding risk and crisis communications, particularly as it relates to chemical releases and other serious accidents and incidents which are most likely to garner media attention and public scrutiny.
CTEH is a science-based environmental consulting firm established to provide toxicology and human health consulting services to the public and private sectors. CTEH specializes in the specific expertise of toxicology, risk assessment, industrial hygiene, occupational health, claims and regulatory disputes, and response to emergencies or other events involving release of chemicals.