Kenyon President Travels to Japan
19 May 2014 | Tokyo, Japan
Kenyon International Emergency Services President, Jerry Novosad, made the long journey from Houston, Texas to Tokyo, Japan last week. During the first part of his trip, Mr. Novosad worked with Crisis Communications Associate Director Geoffrey Tudor to present the 12 Principles of Crisis Communications to Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) in Narita. The training was well-received by the small group of executives responsible for emergency planning and response.
During the second half of his trip, Mr. Novosad traveled to Tokyo to conduct a review of the Australian Embassy’s Contingency Planning Compendium. After reviewing the plans, he met with and interviewed key personnel with response team roles. Based on the findings, a report will be written providing recommendations for changes to their plans optimizing their preparedness and ability to respond should the need arise.
Kenyon will be announcing new venues for open training classes in North America and the Far East very soon. Meanwhile, if you are interested in any of Kenyon’s training classes please see our training catalog or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.