These communication advices are targeted to teachers as they can introduce new planning processes to their school on an interorganizational level.
To communicate during emergencies, ensure a rapid, regular, and comprehensive flow of information. Also take into account effective risk communication principles: transparency, rapid announcements, listening, and building trust.
If you are part of a larger school consortium you should speak as one voice to maintain trust and encourage appropriate action.
Most importantly: In an emergency, messaging must be consistent.
Trained emergency communications experts can be deployed to provide on-site communication assistance during humanitarian crises and public health emergencies.
Support community engagement
Timely community engagement is particularly significant during health emergencies. To support community involvement, communicators can: