Ready or Not, Here it Comes
When disaster strikes, your school is either ready or it isn’t – there’s no faking it. Being prepared is more than just a written plan, it’s a state of mind. Knowing that you are prepared for whatever comes your way adds piece of mind and reduces adverse liability. How can an emergency preparedness audits help, find out below.
SEMS – NIMS – CSSP. What’s Right?
Staying current with the various regulations and integrating them into one consistent and workable plan is a daunting task – one that is best left to experts. Our experts specialize in emergency preparedness for schools, working with schools from all over California and the United States. This allows us to provide you with the greatest understanding of not only the laws, but also the practical applications in which they must operate.
Covering the Fundamentals and Beyond
Our emergency preparedness audits review the following to ensure you have implemented a working comprehensive plan.
- Emergency Operations Manual (EOP)
- Training Records
- EOC layout
- Assembly Areas and E-Team Procedures
- Emergency Supplies
- Exercises and Tabletops
- Communication Procedures
- Mutual Aid Agreements
- Red Cross Agreements
- Insurance Coverages
- Suppliers and Vendors
- Emergency Service Contracts
- and much more…
Starting Emergency Preparedness Audits and Inspections
Conducting an emergency prep inspection is a manageable process and each site’s audit can usually be accomplished in one visit. To start the process, we recommend collecting all site plans and copies of documents to provide to the consultant. After the initial review, the consultant will schedule on-site inspections to speak with key emergency team members and look at the physical site. Once the review and walk-through are complete, the consultant will compile findings into a written report, which will outline the gaps and steps needed to achieve your organizations preparedness goals.
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