Emergency operations plan analysis and design is a service not typically offered by security consultants. AEGIS Security & Investigations however, has specialized educational, federal, and local experience and training in emergency operations and leadership experience in disaster management. We offer two kinds of emergency operations services:
- We analyze the current emergency procedures and add useful tools to increase their efficiency, or we can design an emergency plan from the ground up. This plan is scalable to be flexible enough to handle isolated accidents to mass casualty incidents.
- Drill and exercise creation and analysis services are designed to test security and emergency procedures in a real world environment. These tabletop and facilitated live exercises place the onsite first responders through an actual incident and to refine their skills and aid in preparation and planning.
AEGIS Security & Investigations specializes in high end, customer service focused security, investigative, training, and consulting solutions. Since our inception in 2007, our goal has been to meet and exceed our client’s expectations. We accomplish this by actively utilizing both internal and external active management techniques and focusing our services tuned to our clients’ hierarchy of needs, resulting in a high quality service our clients and employees appreciate and respect.
A workforce responding to an emergency is only as good as the procedures written, the material taught conducted, and the scenarios exercised. AEGIS has the expertise and capability to assist with:
- Emergency operations plan site survey, review and analysis
- Scalable plans design taking into account an “All Hazards” approach
- Building and floor Marshal / Warden training
- Emergency management training
- Terrorism, active shooter and workplace violence training
- Disaster awareness training
The final deliverable includes a color coded summary that easily defines in multiple categories the current standing of the facility, policies, procedures, and staff. The coding is implied based on the following:
GREEN – The current emergency management framework is generally acceptable by industry standards such as: properly staged emergency equipment, posted and practiced emergency plans, effective use of technology, and cohesiveness with first responders.
YELLOW – The current security framework has minor or elevated issues that could be detrimental to the limitation of liability, impede risk management, or affect contract stability. Examples may include: minimal staged emergency equipment, deficient and/or minimally practiced emergency plans, outdated or ineffective use of technology, and an expectation of cohesiveness with first responders.
RED – The current security framework has severe issues that could immediately affect liability, can be considered dangerous or negligent, or compromises safety or security of people or property. Examples may include: little or no staged emergency equipment, no formulated emergency plans, minimal and/or ineffective use of technology, and a resistance to first responders’ needs.
Immediate value is benefited from a reduction in risk or liability, lost materials, excessive labor, maximizing efficiency and a possible reduction in general liability and workers compensation insurance premiums. Indirect value comes for preventing injury or property damage resulting from an incident that could be valued in the tens of millions of dollars.
Upon the conclusion, our firm is capable of facilitating additional processes required to complete the emergency program including sourcing materials, plan development, managing improvements, and facilitating drills. Our cross functional analysis and end-to-end support differentiates from other firms by allowing us to manage the entire process from inception through full scale deployment and operation, all while supporting core business strategies of high ROI, open communication, and efficiency.
- Government entities foreign and domestic
- Corporate and satellite offices
- Public, private and charter elementary, middle and high schools, colleges and universities
- Property management and HOAs
- Hotels and resorts
- Shipping and distribution centers
- Religious institutions and places of worship including Jewish temples, churches and mosques
- Manufacturing plants
- Theaters, public events, shopping malls
- Law firms and attorneys
- Retail and wholesale businesses
- Venues, restaurants, clubs and lounges
- Individuals experiencing a threat
- Entertainment and production companies
- Soft services companies including landscaping, janitorial and maintenance