We get questions all the time from our customers that are similar to the following. What do we do in certain emergency situations? Our answer to these inquiries is always the same. Do you have an action plan or an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) in place? It needs to be written down so that you have a guide or map if the need arises. If you have a written plan you are way ahead of the pack. Most companies and people don’t give this a second thought until an incident occurs. Then it is generally too late. However, at that point, they begin to give it some serious thought and attention. If you are interested in an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and are one of the following entities, we can help.

  • School
  • Hospital
  • Nursing Home
  • Rehabilitation Center
  • Assisted Living Center
  • Daycare Centers
  • Any Business Large or Small
  • Or Any Government Body
Emergency Operations Plan

Who needs an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)?

You do. But you may not know it or think you need it yet. So let’s play “What if” for a minute. What if there is a power outage, severe weather, a threat, an act of violence, a tornado, a bomb threat, a hazmat spill, an earthquake, a kidnapping, a suicide or other emergency situation? What do you do? To be able to respond effectively you must be prepared. If you have an action plan in place and everybody on your staff ¬†knows about it, where it’s kept and finally knows what to do, then it would simply become a matter of executing the plan.

What should we include in our plan?

In addition to our standard suggestions we can also help you complete your Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) if you are required by regulatory compliance to include some or all of the following items:

  • Safety Plan
  • Floor Plan
  • Emergency Information
  • Site Plan
  • And More…

If you are considering the creation of an emergency operations plan a lot of thought needs to go into it. This is where we come in. There are many possible incidents that can and do occur. Listed here are a few possibilities but, by no means, does it cover all scenarios:

  • Active Shooter
  • Biological Hazard
  • Civil Disorder
  • Earthquake
  • Fire Event
  • Gas Leak
  • Hostage Situation
  • Lockdown
  • Power Outage
  • Recovery
  • Severe Weather
  • Suicide Attempt
  • Terrorism
  • Threats
  • Violence
  • And More…
Emergency Operations Plan (EOP)

If you want an Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that is practical, simple and easy to follow, then look no further. We can help you design a plan that addresses some of the possible situations that could occur plus any special areas you may want to include. We then supply you with a simple and easy to follow step by step action plan that can meet your needs as well as assist you in regulatory compliance.

These plans are like roadmaps. Let us design one for you. Contact Us today.