The list of possible dynamic disruptions to your organization is long. A power outage occurs. The fire alarm fails. An employee suffers a heat stroke. A hazardous materials accident. An act of gun violence in the parking lot. Do your employees understand their roles in the response to the disruption? The initial reactive decisions of staff must be effective and efficient. The faster the disruption is addressed, the less the consequence will be.
Incident Command System Organization
On Scene Emergency Management Solutions will work with your organization to develop an emergency management program. Together, we’ll work to specifically tailor the program for all areas (facilities, personnel etc.) and levels (exempt, non-exempt, executive) that are unique to the organization. The first step will be to assess the threats that could cause a disruption that may lead to injury, property destruction, environmental impact, damage to the organization’s reputation/brand, and revenue loss.
What is the first step to mitigate hazards? On Scene will review the readiness and capabilities of staff, organizational systems and equipment. On Scene will coordinate with your local public safety agencies to determine their response time, provide essential details of your facility, and resources to manage an incident at your facility. Once completed, On Scene will submit response alternatives to management. Leadership can then determine the functions of the emergency response structure and the level of internal response. On Scene planners will design an emergency operations plan with the organization that will make the best use of personnel, company resources, and public emergency services.
On Scene planners build shielding action plans for life safety, security threats, and dynamic disruptions. These may include, but are not limited to:
- procedures for response to medical emergencies
- hazardous materials spill
- utility outage
- severe weather
- natural disasters
- workplace violence
Assessment and Analysis Process
- Primary Risk Assessments:
- All Hazard Vulnerability
- Business Impact Analysis
- Significant Incident After Action Review
- Emergency Plans and Programs Audit
- Emergency Program Review & Validation