Your company.  Your reputation.  Your response.

 

It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it.
If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.

Warren Buffett


Be at your best when things are at their worst. Effective emergency response takes more than fill-in-the-blank checklists.
You need Emergency Response Plans tailored to your operation. Emergency Response Training based on real experience. Emergency Drills that practice and hone your skills.

Are You Prepared?

  • Do you have a plan? Is it current? Tested?
  • Do the decision-makers know their roles?
  • Is your command center equipped and ready?
  • Can you manage all the incoming information?
  • Have you established key relationships?
  • Are your company responders trained?
  • Do you have the logistical support you need?
  • Can you set up a family assistance center?
  • Are you ready to respond to the media?
  • Are you prepared to assist family members and survivors?

Crisis & Emergency Response Planning Services

 

Emergency Response Program Assessment

  • Review emergency plans, procedures, facilities, training and resources
  • Evaluate program compliance with regulations and standards
  • Report on deficiencies
  • Recommend strategies to improve response capabilities

Emergency Response Plan Development

  • Identify response goals and regulatory requirements
  • Clarify key responsibilities of staff and external responders
  • Design and define an organizational response structure
  • Build information management and communications strategies
  • Develop procedures and documentation

Training & Seminars:

  • Deliver dynamic, hands-on training and workshops
  • Inform and equip executives
  • Educate and empower response leaders
  • Design customized courses
  • Initial and recurrent training for
    •     Special Assistance Team (humanitarian / CARE responders)
    •     Notification team
    •     Airport and front-line personnel

Exercises & Drills:

  • Design, script and implement exercises to test teams, departments, or entire organizations
  • Observe and document findings
  • Facilitate debriefings for participants
  • Evaluate results and recommend improvements