Protecting What Matters

Emergency Preparedness and Crisis Management

Corporate security preparedness isn't a one-time exercise.  It's a dynamic ongoing process that should be supported by recognized planning frameworks, procedures and resources that support flexibility and foresight.  Using such tools help operational planners examine potential hazards or threats and produce integrated, coordinated and synchronized plans, tailored to the unique hazards or risks of a particular business or community.  In fact, planning can be more important than the plan itself.  The act of planning allows stakeholders to think through the entire life cycle of a potential crisis and identify required capabilities for each disaster phase (prevent, protect, respond and recover).  It also helps key participants learn and practice their roles in a controlled environment.  Hillard Heintze experts can help you prepare for the potential threats faced by your business or community.  Our services in this area include:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"We are extremely pleased...Hillard Heintze has provided the Academy with the tools to extend [a] culture of preparedness...to the entire campus community."

REAR ADMIRAL
RICHARD GURNON, USMS,
PRESIDENT, MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME ACADEMY
Case Studies #103

Establishing the Building Blocks for On-Campus Emergency Preparedness

What should a major national university consortium do to ensure that its member campuses were sufficiently prepared to respond to a major crisis, natural disaster or other campus-wide emergency?

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Case Studies #105

Creating a Corporate Security Preparedness Plan from the Ground Up – In 30 Days

If your university or school is at the center of the nation’s growing spotlight on innovative ideas in educational reform, what standards should you choose to apply in emergency preparedness?

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