See our article, The Importance of Analysis to Identify Root Cause, featured in Training Magazine.
See our article, "The Role of Local Government in Disaster Preparedness and Response," starting on page 33 in this month's issue of Talk of the Towns and Topics.
September is National Preparedness Month! It's a great opportunity to update and exercise your plans and get preparedness information to your staff.
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How will disaster impact your facilities, your employees, your critical operations, and your customers?
As a business, government entity, or not for profit, how are you prepared for disaster?
Do you have a plan?
Emergency Preparedness Solutions will work with you to assess your needs and analyze the hazards that can impact you, determine the scope of those impacts, and identify your risk.
We provide a full range of comprehensive emergency management planning, continuity of operations planning, and continuity of government planning services. We can train your personnel in the plan and critical aspects of that plan such as the Incident Command System (ICS), the incident planning process, and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management. We offer a full array of HSEEP-compliant exercise programs, including seminars, workshops, table-tops, games, drills, functional, and full scale exercises to test your plans and hone your capabilities.
Emergency Preparedness Solutions, LLC is a woman-owned private consulting firm specializing in emergency and disaster planning, training, and exercises for private sector, government, and not for profit clients. We provide quality services through individualized experiences to prepare our clients for the direct and cascading impacts of naturally occurring and human-caused disasters.
You only get one chance with a disaster— be proactive and be prepared.™
- Jessica Stolz,
Homeland Security Section Chief,
Vermont Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security
- Andrew Smallman,
Director of Hunger and Food Support Initiatives,
United Way of New York City