Crisis Communication Checklist for Associations
A crisis at your Association can take several forms, such as a data breach, a situation involving a member, or a weather-related incident, to name a few. Whatever the crisis is, it can have a serious impact on your Association, which is why you should have a crisis communication plan in place that outlines specific framework for a variety of situations. To help you with your efforts, NAR has created a Crisis Communication Checklist for Associations. It can be used as the first step in creating a crisis communication plan or it can be seamlessly incorporated into an already existing plan.
Office Safety Forms
A variety of pre-designed safety forms that you can customize and use in your office.
Marketing Materials for Associations & Brokerages
Associations and brokerages can download these REALTOR® Safety flyers to distribute to their members or to print and display in their offices.
Associations and brokerages are welcome to download the following banners and display them on their websites. Right click the image (GIF) you want and choose "Save as Image." Please ensure you link back to www.realtor.org/Safety.
(safety tip changes each Monday)
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Tips From Other Safety Programs
The following REALTOR® Associations and organizations have either produced extensive safety programs, or offer safety tools for their members.
REALTOR® Content Resource, your destination for free, original home ownership content you can use in your consumer communications, offers Help Clients Stay Safe With Home Security Tips.
Georgia Association of REALTORS®
Investigate this Association’s REALTOR® Safety Manual, get agent ID and itinerary forms, and prospect forms, and read some true stories of safety threats faced by fellow REALTORS®.
Louisiana REALTORS® Association
Get many helpful tips for staying safe on the job in the Louisiana REALTORS® Safety brochure, including: protecting yourself from criminals, ensuring open house safety, ATM safety, and safety on the road, and recommended office procedures.
Massachusetts Association of REALTORS®
Browse REALTOR® Safety guidelines, including tips on safely showing commercial properties, protecting yourself and your clients, and protecting yourself online. You can also watch a video about safety strategies for REALTORS® and clients.
Read about how the nation’s largest MLS system is benefiting from a safety smartphone app.
Real Estate Safety Council
The Real Estate Safety Council is a nonprofit group of real estate industry leaders dedicated to improving safety in the workplace. The Safety Council has developed a variety of tools to help you stay safe, including a Personal Safety Guide for REALTORS®.