II. Critical Scenarios/Incidents of Medical Emergencies/Attacks against the (Name of Company)’s Integrity & Reputation
After careful risk management assessments, list all risks related to the user’s company regardless if they are inherent or perceived, known or unknown, or those which pertain to credit, financial, operational or environmental situations, for as long as they have been assessed to pose threats against life, property, and the reputation of the company.
Critical Scenarios – include situations that are affected by natural or man-made critical situations such as the occurrence of natural calamities, fire, theft, white-collar fraud, terrorist attacks, violation of federal laws with threats of closure or suspension, incarceration, and payment of substantial fines.
Incidents of Medical Emergencies – comprising incidents of food poisoning during company-held events or on any known premises to which the company’s name is associated as the main provider. Other examples of medical emergencies include near-drowning incidents, spread of diseases, biological threats, and other similar incidents in premises or venues where the company’s name is associated as the provider for the event being held.
Attacks against the (Name of Company)’s Integrity & Reputation – Critical situations include but are not limited to:
- Reckless media publications of unfounded opinions;
- Malicious pranks or intentional attempts to discredit the good name and reputation of the company;
- Negative publicities arising from lawsuit and other legal debacles;
- Negative propaganda or calls for boycott against the company; and
- Illicit or illegal activities of the company’s key officials that may cast doubts on the integrity and financial capacity of the company.