Sandy Hook Shooting
R3 was called in to provide behavioral health support to the call center employees following the disruption of the shooting. These employees needed direct support in order to function and remain operational during this time, something that was very difficult to do after the horrendous loss.
Tohoku Earthquake and Tsunami
Through the support provided by R3, the airline carrier’s employees were able to complete their mission. R3 crisis consultants played a key role in helping the airline carrier to address their flight crews’ safety concerns and make them feel comfortable under stressful conditions—allowing the necessary recovery efforts and operations to continue in Japan.
Las Vegas Shooting
On October 1st, 2017, Stephen Paddock, a 64-year-old man, opened fire at the crowd of concert goers attending the Route91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip. The Las Vegas shooting is the deadliest shooting committed by an individual in United States history.
Miracle on the Hudson
On January 15, 2009, US Airways flight 1549, operated by Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III and five crew members, took flight from LaGuardia airport and left for Charlotte, North Carolina. Approximately two minutes into the flight, the plane flew into a flock of Canadian geese which caused severe damage to the engines and an almost complete loss of thrust.
Boston Marathon Bombings
R3 supported hundreds of companies and businesses whose employees were immediately impacted by the bombings. Many organizations had employees that were running, not to mention volunteers and spectators who had been at the race.
Workplace Behavioral and Mental Health Support During the COVID-19 Pandemic
What happened? In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread within the United States at an alarming speed. With no vaccine readily available for this new coronavirus illness, sickness, death, and overwhelmed hospitals impacted our entire country as the world “shut down” in many ways. COVID-19 caused a ripple effect of disruption within the […]
Finding Resilience After the Death of a Coworker
While large-scale incidents like natural disasters or mass shootings undoubtedly can have an enormously disruptive impact on a work environment, it’s important to note that incidents of all sizes can (and do) affect an organization. One of the most common types of smaller-scale incidents that can impact employee mental health is the death of a […]
Processing Workplace Trauma After a Mass Shooting in Virginia Beach
On May 31, 2019, DeWayne Craddock turned in his letter of resignation to city management—leaving his position as a long-time employee within the city’s public utilities department, a municipal center. Hours later, he fatally shot 12 people and injured four others in a rampage at the same Virginia Beach municipal building within the Princess Anne area of Virginia Beach, VA. Police officers from the Virginia Beach Police Department responded, and the gunman was killed in a gunfight with the members of law enforcement.
Navigating Civil Unrest, Politics, and Anger in the Workplace
George Floyd, an African-American man, was murdered by a police officer outside of Cup Foods in Minneapolis—an event that became the catalyst for massive, worldwide protests about civil rights and law enforcement.
Hurricane Katrina: How the Community Recovered
One of the largest natural disasters in the history of the United States. The storm affected thousands of lives, as its damage spread over tens of thousands of square miles.