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Dive into the current events, regulations, and workplace emergency response.

Prevent/Manage Workplace Tension upon returning.

Prevent/Manage Workplace Tension upon returning.

This is a good read to help manage employee stress when returning to the workplace. https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/hr-topics/risk-management/pages/preventing-workplace-violence-inspired-by-covid-19.aspx?messagerundetailid=1993137262&postid=16124852&...

Website rebuild

Website rebuild

Greetings, during these interesting times, we have made some very interesting and exciting changes.  First, we have rebuilt the website.  Each page of interest has a downloadable .pdf as a source for you. More importantly, we have converted all of our training and...

In Honor of our Fallen Heroes

Safety. That has always been our message, goal and hope. We try to teach businesses and people how to react in a disaster so they can stay safe. We hope to do a little good in this big world, and we risk just a little to do it... Today we honor those who have risked...

Protecting Mom

This weekend we celebrate mothers everywhere. From our own mothers, to our grandmothers, to the wives of our children, we are thankful for everything they do in our lives. Their love, protection and guidance have made us who we are, and they have borne great burdens...


What’s the difference between CERT and BERT?  And more importantly why is fee-based BERT necessary when CERT is available for free? First, the BERT program is always developing and perfecting itself. Our program was created for business people by business people, and...

Latest News and Information 

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Trenches that are 5 feet or greater in depth require a protective system unless the excavation is made entirely in stable rock.
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Timeline PhotosNext week on Thursday, February 18, Bobby McDonald joins our panel of diverse leaders to continue our discussion on Race Relations. Under his leadership as President and Executive Director of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County, the Chamber has worked with minority business associations and legislators to support and advocate for the county’s many small business owners. Learn more about what he’s doing to make Orange County’s business sector a more equitable and inclusive community by tuning into our discussion on the Future of Diversity.

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Est.: 9/11/2008 • Corporate EIN #91-2120506

Community Emergency Management, Inc. dba  BERT – Emergency Operations Management

SB/DVBE # 2003448 • DUNS 178872029 •

CAGE 8F4E1 • FEMA SID 0002352592

NAICS: 541610 – 611430 – 541612

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