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"Our focus from the outset of our engagement with you is you and your needs."  

Kay Armstrong M.A.T.
"We will collaborate, facilitate, engage, innovate, involve, prevent, resolve and relate with you to ensure your success. And when the going gets tough, we will be there to help you see the bright dawn of a new day. These clients can and will attest to that."
 

CITIES, CITY AGENCIES AND STATE AGENCIES

    Bardstown, Kentucky

    Christian County Board of Education

    City of Storm Lake, Iowa

    Hopkinsville Water and Environment Authority

    Kuttawa City Council

    Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

    Princeton, Kentucky

 

COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL PROJECTS

    Common Ground Process Team

    Paducah Global Nuclear Energy Project (GNEP)

 

CORPORATIONS AND SMALL BUSINESSES

    Arrow and Schwieber

    Anheuser-Busch (St. Louis)

    ARAMCO Steel

    Illinois Farm Bureau

    Kentucky New Era

    Latta Insurance

    Porta-Grace, Inc.

    Preferred Benefits

    White Hydraulics, Inc.

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES AND CHAMBERS

    Carroll County, Iowa Chamber of Commerce

    Bardstown-Nelson County Economic Development

    East Tennessee Technology Park

    Economic Development Institute, Norman, OK

    Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce

    Hopkinsville, Ky Chamber of Commerce

    Hopkinsville, Ky Minority Economic Development

    Iowa Economic Development Conference

    Lyon County Chamber of Commerce

    Southern Industrial Development

    Storm Lake Economic Development Authority

 

ENGINEERING AND ENVIRONMENTAL FIRMS

    Barge, Wagner, Sumner & Cannon

    Bechtel (Oak Ridge)

    Bechtel-Jacobs Environmental

    Lockheed Martin Corporate

    Lockheed Martin Environmental, Safety and Health

    Lockheed Martin Energy Systems (LMES)

    LMES Center for Environmental Technology

    LMES ORNL Waste Program

    Louis Berger Corporation

    M4 Environmental

    Michael Baker Engineering, Inc.

    Paducah Remediation Services

    SAIC International, Washington, D.C.

    SAIC Richland, Richland, Washington

    SSA, Inc.

    TRC Environmental Inc.: - Boston - Chicago - Corporate

 

ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS

    Haley's Run, Akron, Ohio

    Bloody Brook, Liverpool, New York

    Beaumont, Ca.

    Burlington, Mass.

    Charleston, S.C.

    Goldendale, Wash.

    Great Neck, New York

    Jackson Drop Forge, Mich.

    Kenosha, Wisc.

    Martin State Airport, Middle River, Maryland

    Middle River MS 2, Middle River, Maryland

    Newcrowe, Ca.

    New Holstein, Wisc.

    North Plainfield, New Jersey

    Redlands, Ca.

    Scully Site, New Hartford, New York

    Torrance, CA.

    Utica New York

    Wells, Maine

    Wilmington, Mass.

    Yard 2, Seattle, Wash.

 

FEDERAL AGENCIES

    Agency for Toxic Substance Disease Registry (ATSDR) Center for Disease Control (CDC)

    Department of Energy (DOE) Oak Ridge Operations 

    DOE Depleted Uranium Program

    DOE Environmental Restoration

    DOE Federal Energy Technology

    DOE Waste Management

    Hazardous Waste Remediation Program (HAZWRAP)

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission

    Tennessee Valley Authority

    US Army Corps of Engineers

    US Department of the Interior – Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation -Enforcement (Knoxville)

    US Fish and Wildlife Service

    US Fish Wildlife Sservice Great Lakes Project

 

MEDICAL, HEALTH CARE, INSURANCE INDUSTRY

    Core Pointe Group

    Masonic Homes of Kentucky

    Ophthalmology Associates of Western Ky

    Pennyroyal HOSPICE

    Preferred Benefits LLC

    Trover Clinic

    Trover Regional Hospital

 

NATIONAL LABORATORIES

    Argonne National Laboratory

    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

    ORNL Center for Risk Assessment

 

NON-PROFIT AND PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

    American Fisheries Society

    Institute of Crisis Management

    Kentucky Press Association

    Leadership Hopkinsville

    Leadership Kentucky

    Leadership Shelbyville

    Lyon County Citizens for Progress

    Professional Developers of Iowa

    Space Day Foundation

    Stephen Foster Drama

    Tennessee Association of Planners

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND AGENCIES

    Bibb, Lott, Fryer Marketing and Advertising

    Nusura, Inc.

    Wilson Learning Systems

 

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS AND AGENCIES

    Del Webb Real Estate Developers

    E.A. McNulty Real Estate

    Kentucky Chapter Coldwell Bankers

    MetroNet Realty Coldwell Banker

 

TOURISM NON-PROFIT AGENCIES

    Bright Beginnings, Inc. Louisville, Ky

    Kentucky Association of Convention and Visitor Bureaus

    Kentucky Marina Association

    Kentucky Tourism Council

    Kentucky's Western Waterlands

    Lyon County Tourism Commission

    Stephen Foster Drama Association

    Southeast Tourism Conference

    Tennessee Marina Association

UNIVERSITIES, COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

    Bluegrass Community and Technical College

    Gulf Coast Community College

    Hopkinsville Community College

    Lexington Community College

    Murray State University

    University Heights Academy

    University of Kentucky

    University of Tennessee

    Western Kentucky University

 

OTHER

    Association of Great Lakes Outdoor Writers

    Center for Aggression Management

    Conway-Heaton Ford, Bardstown Ky

    Paper Clip Communications

    Southeast Outdoor Press Association

We have supported the community relations and environmental communications efforts of the Lockheed Martin Corporation since the late 1990s. At these sites, we have provided such support as meeting facilitation, fact sheet development, production of Citizen's Guides and producing community educational and informational events.

BY L. DARRYL ARMSTRONG

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Overview

 

As we hear about tragedies and incidents at colleges and universities — from natural disasters to active shooters to bomb threats — it causes us to face the question: What would we do if this happened here? Tabletop exercises help us determine how best to respond should such "What ifs?" turn to real-life.

Campus Tabletop Exercises: Tools, Tips & Techniques is a 180-page binder filled with guidance and samples that you can implement immediately. It allows users to discuss how they would respond to hypothetical crisis situations and prepares institutional stakeholders.

Available Digitally and in Print.  Click here to see pricing.

 

Topics Covered

Within this binder, you'll find materials such as:

  • Tools: We've created several sample tabletop exercises that you can implement right on your campus, complete with objectives, scenarios, facilitation tips, discussion questions, aftermath considerations and more. By using these exercises, participants will get a better handle on communication structures, individual roles and responsibilities, crisis management tasks, preparation possibilities, training needs and the effectiveness of policies and procedures currently in place. 

  • Tips: Here we'll provide examples of how tabletops are being used at different colleges and universities. What situations might you encounter during your time on campus? Chemical/hazmat spills, active shooters, tornadoes, fire evacuations, floods and more are all very real dangers — and we'll show you how institutions are preparing for the worst through tabletops.

  • Techniques: Plus, we'll provide tips on how to run effective tabletop exercises — including the who, what, where and when. Who should you involve? Where can tabletops be held effectively? When is a good time? What should you try to cover in a certain amount of time? And how can you create your own tabletops that fit your institution? These questions and more will be addressed.

 

As a bonus, we're offering a section on Crisis Communications & Media Relations. Effective communication before, during and after an incident is key when it comes to tabletop success.

 

Learn more about how to work with your campus and community constituents, as well as the media, here.

Special Section:

The Impact of Social Media on Campus Crises


(Printed Binder includes a $9 Shipping fee) $358

Digital Download Only$299

To purchase click here

 

For questions, please email info@paper-clip.com.


L. Darryl Armstrong Ph.D.

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