Active Shooter Response Plan: The Immediate Response Phase

Your organization’s active shooter response plan should include numerous stages. Once the shooter has been neutralized, you’ll enter the immediate response/pre-recovery phase. In a recent white paper, “Active Shooter Incident Consequence Management & the Roadmap to Recovery,” Steven Crimando addresses the challenges that your organization may incur during this stage. Assembly and accountability of evacuees […]


Active Shooter Incident Consequence Management & the Roadmap to Recovery

Psychological, social and economic damage done by a shooting incident can continue to impact individuals, families, organizations and communities for decades after the incident. However, much less attention has been given to understanding and proactively planning to manage the post-incident consequences of an active shooter attack. In this white paper, Active Shooter Incident Consequence Management […]


Lone Worker Safety: The Employer’s Responsibility

Lone Worker Safety Critical for Organizations with Employees Alone in the Field Lone worker safety should be top of mind for all organizations with employees who work alone in the field. All employers have a Duty of Care to their employees, regardless of where they work. Many organizations have employees who work in the office, work […]


Active Shooter Preparedness: Putting It All Together

In the past year or so, we’ve partnered with Steven Crimando on a series of active shooter preparedness webinars, ranging from mitigation and preparedness to response and recovery. Next week, we will be putting it all together into one informative event, “The Lifecycle of an Active Shooter Incident.” In this webinar, Crimando will touch on […]


Successful Crisis Management for Your Organization

How does your organization manage an overall crisis? Who is in charge? What are the triggers? What is the communication flow? Many companies, both large and small, have not carefully thought through the most basic aspects of crisis management. Crisis management brings together all of the silos within a company (emergency response, disaster recovery, business […]


Active Shooter Preparedness: Communicating with Employees and Managing the Incident

During an active shooter incident, panic is inevitable. In a recent webinar, Steven Crimando discussed the issue of panic during this type of workplace violence incident, and how it is highly likely. Additionally, panicked individuals tend to only think of their own needs and survival. This is critical for your organization to understand when putting […]


Successful Crisis Management for Your Organization

How does your organization manage an overall crisis? Who is in charge? What are the triggers? What is the communication flow? Many companies, both large and small, have not carefully thought through the most basic aspects of crisis management. Crisis management brings together all of the silos within a company (emergency response, disaster recovery, business […]


Crisis Management: Five Topics to Discuss at the Onset of a Crisis

When a crisis strikes, there are many actions organizations must take to minimize the impact on your business. In a recent webinar, Successful Crisis Management for Your Organization, Regina Phelps, Founder, Emergency Management and Safety Solutions, touched on five initial topics that you must consider when your organization experiences a crisis: People – The most […]


Employee Safety & Security Kit

As an increasing number of employees begin to work remotely, safety and security professionals should revisit their technology and strategies for employee safety. Simply developing and employee safety and security plan to protect workers in offices is no longer adequate. How can organizations improve employee safety in today’s increasingly mobile world? Download the Employee Safety […]


Crisis Emergency vs. Routine Emergency

In a recent white paper, “Leadership at Times of Crisis,” Regina Phelps, internationally recognized expert in the field of crisis management, discussed the key areas leaders need to address during a crisis. One factor is distinguishing between a crisis emergency and a routine emergency.   What is a Routine Emergency? Phelps makes it clear that […]