Critical Incident Crew Support (TM)

Training First Response for Crew Support

In the immediate aftermath of a critical incident, most people will experience some reactions; shock during the first hours, there may be distress and commonly people may find themselves having images of what has happened, with waves of intense emotion. 

The impact on individual performance, daily functioning in work, leisure, personal and professional relationships, safety and operational effectiveness on board are potentially extensive.


Response towards crew who have experienced a critical incident may influence the duration of symptoms and ability to recover quickly and effectively. 


When initial responses go unrecognised or unsupported symptoms can become established and once this happens are unlikely to resolve without psychological intervention. 

CICS provides a unique solution for the maritime industry 

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