All Hazards Approach
From hurricanes … to transportation accidents … to terrorist acts and pandemics, the range of possible emergency situations means that organizations should take an “all-hazards” approach to emergency management planning. Regardless of the event, the overall impact of such emergencies may be reduced ahead of time – if preparation is comprehensive and organizational focus is one of continuous evaluation and improvement. Our multidisciplinary group of experts, made up of engineers, physicians, infection preventionists and nurses, can assist your organization at any phase of your emergency management plan.
Our programs compliment FEMA’s four-phased Emergency Management Framework.
*The use of Joint Commission Resources consultative technical or advisory services is not necessary to obtain a Joint Commission Accreditation award, nor does it influence the granting of such awards.