Emergency Response Plans
Emergency Response Plans are a hot button issue today. Governments, Corporations and schools are frequently required to have a plan in place to deal with emergency situations. If you have been tasked to write one of these plans, where do you start? You can probably borrow heavily from someone else’s plan and get the job done easily, but how good is the final product? Will it work? Where are the problems? Just going through the motions is likely not good enough and may create future liabilities.
There are many professional organizations that will prepare and deliver Emergency Response Plans, but how do you know if what has been created will actually work when it counts? Wouldn’t it be useful if you could quickly and easily validate your Emergency Response Plans? Wouldn’t it be valuable if you could train your people on the contents of the Emergency Response Plan in a simple and cost effective manner?
People learn by doing. It is unrealistic to hand off an Emergency Response Plan to someone, tell them to read it and then expect that they will be able to execute it flawlessly in any serious event. What is needed is an effective and interesting training tool. Once again, C4i Consultants uses our simulation products to create an immersive and effective training environment where the key participants practice their roles during a simulated incident or emergency. They are learning by doing their actual jobs. Following the exercise, we provide frank and effective debriefings that help participants learn what to do better next time. Simulation-based training is highly effective and C4i Consultants has the tools, expertise and experience to prepare or help you prepare an effective Emergency Response Plan.
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