Enhancing your emergency response capability
Safetec has tailored methods and deliveries to meet the needs for emergency response capability of clients in government and the private sector. Our methods are invaluable for establishing solid risk assessment, supporting effective decision-making, and performing crisis management.
Why Emergency Preparedness Process, EPP?
Regulatory demands require governmental bodies and other public services to establish a comprehensive risk picture before preparing an emergency preparedness plan. Unlike risk offshore, the public is either part of the risk contributors or directly exposed to the risk.
Through a risk and vulnerability analysis, risks to personnel, assets, environment and loss of service performance are recognised and managed. Safetecs structured procedures fulfill regulatory demands and help you make the most effective decisions, reduce costs and make your services more robust.
What we do
Our consultants are specialised, using methodology and tools to analyse risks and use the findings to establish the worst-case scenario as a foundation for emergency preparedness analysis and the emergency preparedness plan.
We plan, execute and implement qualitative analysis and studies through workshops together with our clients. Our full emergency preparedness process includes:
- Risk assessment according to NS-5814 and client’s regulations and guidance
- Identifying worst-case scenarios
- Emergency preparedness analysis
- Emergency preparedness plan
- Exercise and training
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Advantages and benefits
The full emergency preparedness process is structured to make it possible to take one step at a time, customised to the client’s requirements in a cost-effective way. Based on gap-analysis and a comprehensive overall risk picture, business risks are uncovered. Furthermore, your emergency response capability will be enhanced by ensuring planning/implementation of necessary measures to handle defined hazard or accident situations.
Emergency preparedness analysis
The emergency preparedness analysis aim assesses the following aspects:
- Warning/notification matrix
- Defining vulnerabilities, gaps and deficiencies in the organisation’s ability to handle the situation/hazard based on performance requirements (if such exist)
- Establishing a list of possible actions for improvement/measures to reduce vulnerabilities, gaps and deficiencies
- Defining and dimensioning of the emergency response organisation
- Levels of preparedness and escalation
- Defining available resources and personnel
Emergency preparedness plan
When developed in cooperation with the operational organisation that will ensure ownership and knowledge, the emergency preparedness plan will include at least:
- Warnings/notification matrix
- Muster strategies
- Role-based action cards
- Description of the available emergency preparedness resources including tasks/ responsibilities
- Principles of emergency preparedness
- Defined levels of preparedness and escalation
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