Do you know that hacks are not limited to just household stuff?
You can also employ some to succeed in the job world. Well, not the regular household stuff but some geniuses have made ones especially for job interviews! Cheat sheets are actually acceptable at interviews – in fact, some employers appreciate it if you share it with them! A cheat sheet will help you answer questions appropriately lest you get nervous. And the interviewer will appreciate your homework.
Apart from a cheat sheet, you can refer to the following interview questions for an emergency management specialist to help you:
How important do you think it is to implement emergency management procedures?
I believe that it is of extreme importance for organizations to implement emergency management procedures to make sure that people know what to do in the event of an emergency. Lack of dedicated emergency management procedures can lead to dire consequences.
How do you strategize your emergency management programs?
Once you know what basics are required to follow, strategizing emergency management plans is not a problem. My first step is evaluation. I determine what problems are potentially harmful for the organization and then create and implement correlating programs.
Has an emergency management program that you devised ever backfired? Recount what happened.
No emergency management plan is ever 100% foolproof. A simple plan to use the stairway and not the elevator in case of fire backfired because the stairway caught fire too. However, I managed to save all 130 employees from harm by deploying Plan C which was to use an inflated slide.
What specific skills do you have that make you a good contender to work as an emergency management specialist?
I’m exceptionally perceptive, a feat that makes it easy for me to gauge emergency management requirements and create strategies accordingly. In addition to this, I am a great communicator, allowing me to reach out to people effectively and get my point across appropriately.
The work of an emergency management specialist is never free from stress. How do you deal with it?
I agree that my work as an emergency management specialist is quite stressful. Over the years, I have learnt not to let this get me down. If my planning is perfect, the stress manages itself.
If we were to hire you, what would be the first thing that you would change in the company, as far as emergency preparedness is concerned?
I believe that your organization has great emergency preparedness procedures in place. Not change but I would add one thing. I wouldn’t rely on just Plan B to get company personnel out of a potentially dangerous situation. I would keep a Plan C too!
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