Is the Scene Safe: Addressing Psychological Safety

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Is the Scene Safe: Addressing Psychological Safety - Online Classroom

Online webinar on psychological safety with Katja Hurt

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6:00pm - 7:30pm PST via Zoom Meeting
Meeting link will be sent to registered attendees the day of the session.

Safety is at the heart of what we do, yet most of us stop our scene-size-up at environmental and human hazards. How often do we consider the cultural, professional, and psychological safety in our ongoing assessments? It turns out that the scene is not always as safe as we think it is. This session is for you if you are ready to share your knowledge, challenge your thinking, and other Mountaineers in increasing safety from this moment forward. ​

Presenter

Katjarina “Katja” Hurt (she/her/hers) is a Senior Consultant in Learning & Development for Plante Moran and the Founder and Director of the non-profit organization, Wilderness Chaplains. She has over fifteen years experience as a ski patroller, primarily at Snoqualmie Pass, with a focus on Psychological First Aid and Outdoor Emergency Care instruction. Katja has a background in law enforcement with Washington State and Missouri Departments of Correction. She currently serves as a volunteer chaplain with the King County Sherriff’s Office in Washington State and regularly assists local SAR and Mountain Rescue teams in the Puget Sound region.

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