Be Prepared Before, During and After a Disaster

Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

You’re making your way past the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Now that you’re starting to adjust to the “new normal”, it’s easy to go back to the way you and your team did things before the pandemic hit. But now’s the time to look back at how you were able to get through 2020- what worked well, and where were areas where your organization was left vulnerable-  and create a disaster preparedness plan you can turn to in the future to keep your operations up and running smoothly, not matter what type of disaster is around the corner.

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Why It’s Important to Have a Disaster Preparedness Plan

Disaster preparedness planning allows you to have peace of mind that, no matter what comes your way in the future, you have a roadmap everyone in your organization can turn to for protocols to guide you through the rapid changes and challenges that come with unplanned events like disasters. And if your organization’s funding comes from government or private foundation grants, having a disaster preparedness plan in place, and training at regular intervals to make sure everyone in your organization knows what to do as part of the plan, is typically a requirement in order for you to receive and maintain funding. 

Our Disaster Preparedness Planning and Training Solutions

Our disaster preparedness planning and training solutions give you the tools and skills you need so you can prepare ahead of when a disaster hits, keep operations running throughout a disaster, and get back to your normal operations as quickly as possible after the disaster is over. 

Our solutions involve three core phases of focus:

  • Assessing your organization’s current level of vulnerability
  • Creating plans and resources to close any areas of weakness
  • Training everyone in your organization on the plan and their roles

Are you ready for the next big disaster or crisis? Don’t worry if you’re not so sure the answer is yes, because we’re here to help. Get in touch with us today for your free initial assessment. 

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