Business Emergency Action Planning
BERT has developed a one-of-a-kind emergency training program that combines the best of FEMA’s organizational framework based on the Incident Command System (ICS), used nationwide by First-Responders to serve the general public, and CAL-OSHA’s guidelines to ensure employee safety during and after an emergency. We tailor our workshops and documentation to meet the needs of your organization.
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According to CAL-OSHA, an emergency is defined as “a sudden, unforeseen crisis, usually involving danger, which calls for immediate action.” The United States, in general, but California in particular, is at risk for many types of natural and man-made emergencies. These include wildfires, earthquakes, acts of terror, and outbreaks of disease and infection, as in the current COVID-19 pandemic. State regulations set minimum requirements for an EAP.
We at BERT have developed a one-of-a-kind emergency training program that combines the best of FEMA’s organizational framework based on the Incident Command System (ICS), used nationwide by First-Responders to serve the general public, and CAL-OSHA’s guidelines to ensure employee safety during and after an emergency. We tailor our workshops and documentation to meet the needs of your organization. Our delivery is available via live, in-person workshops or via Internet formats.
EmergaLink™ aims to enable schools, businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit groups to plan and respond effectively to emergencies in their environment. The 6 steps of creating your own emergency response team through EmergaLink™ are outlined below:
- Recruit Leaders: Recruit a group of responsible individuals from your organization to lead, organize and strategize the Emergency Operations project.
- Develop Scope: Identify and assess the most-pressing emergency scenarios your community/work environment faces. Determine which scenarios to develop actual response plans for as a team. Begin execution plans.
- Reevaluate Team: The teams report to leadership, expand and recruit, and continually adjust
- Train: Have your team take the courses provided by EmergaLink™ in order to follow FEMA guidelines. Continually follow up with your team to ensure the training is understood and to resolve any difficulties.
- Develop Plans: Develop plans for specific contingencies. Assign roles to team members based on competencies/previous experience.
- Drill Regularly: Run through practice drills as a team. This is the best way to evaluate your plans and the ability of your team to carry out those plans in a particular scenario.
[$495] (c) 2020 Self-Evaluation Questionnaire
[$1,995] Onsite or online four hours of self-discovery interviews of key emergency personnel
[$995] Written Template Plan provided
[$2,995] Onsite or Online Four hours of Basic Training of Managers / Safety Team
[$1,995] Basic written follow-up plan provided for Safety Team to implement
During his 32 years with the Orange County Fire Department/Authority, Mr. Feldtz has had many assignments: Logistics Specialist, Logistics Manager, Fire Crew Supervisor, Cadre Instructor, and Fire Apparatus Engineer.
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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