That may not be the first thought when entering the building every day, but after an emergency you will wish that it was.
Patron’s bodies. Employee’s bodies. Vendor’s bodies. What do you do when they fall over in front of you, or when a customer runs toward you and says that someone has stopped breathing next to them in the theater?
How much can we prepare for? How trained can we be?
There are three things required that will create a well handled Emergency. 1) Being prepared. 2) Practice. Making Mistakes during practice. Fixing mistakes during practice. 3) Make certain that the tools are constantly and consistently where you think they are and are ready to work.
Being prepared is a corporate function. How many tools have they given you? Heart Defibrillator? Training for the Defibrillator? Regular CPR training and practice time? Handling problems with the food systems and the employees is noble work, but successfully saving lives is something you will remember forever.
Our checklist checks to see if the tools that you believe you have are where you think they are and are ready to be used when you need them.
If you realize that you don’t understand how to do something, or what something means, — review the lessons on the Cinema Test Tools website. — And, ask questions using the Contact Form. — Keep doing the best you can, each time learning a little more – nobody was born with this knowledge. — The film makers appreciate it, your customers appreciate it. (Yeah, really. I was just talking to them.)