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Mine Collapse on 33 Chilean Miners
Journalism & Communication
Pages 3 (753 words)
Mine Collapse on 33 Chilean Miners Name Course Course instructor Date Some of the considerations that can be remembered given the different roles and people in the audience are the specific concerns of the parties involved as well as the concerns progress.
Families would be concerned about the employees who were trapped yet were the main breadwinner in their respective families. It is apparent that the main consideration to remember in this particular incident includes humanitarian, friendship and colleagues that were deeply concerned about their families. Such kind of incidences do not require rescue as an option and trapped miners may be considered lost causes and crosses would be mannered into the ground. Concerns regarding the livelihood of the family member must be given first priority but when the victim survives the safety of the family upon return to the mine should be considered. Some of the probable needs for the family include grief support, continuous counseling, financial compensation for the time lost as well as wages that may help them (Devol, 2010). Employees need to react immediately and offer every support possible to their colleagues’ families both emotionally, morally, and financially as well as volunteering to participate in activities that may help in rescuing the trapped employees. The wellbeing of the trapped employees will greatly be considered by the fellow employees although this will be quickly be replaced by the victims’ families concern. Before and after the message is delivered, there should be strong commitment and support from the company employees. ...
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