Critical Incident Preparation
Is your organization prepared to deal with a critical incident?
In 2004, the United States Department of Homeland Security issued a recommendation that business organizations develop plans to prepare their employees, operations, and assets for emergency situations. The agency cited natural disasters (floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes), infectious diseases (e.g. H1N1) and terrorism (bombings, mass shootings, chem/bio attacks.) as possible situations to anticipate.
In law enforcement circles, the situations above are known as “critical incidents.”
Since 9/11, police agencies have conducted extensive training at every level–from patrol officer to police chief–to prepare for such demanding events. In addition to training to deal with specific threats, law enforcement agencies have immersed themselves in the Incident Command System.
Consider allowing Integramax put the experience of our active and retired police officers, detectives and police supervisors to work for your organization. In addition to experienced law enforcement officers of every rank, Integramax consultants include both current and former police tactical physicians. Board certified physicians and fully SWAT qualified police officers, the unique experience and wealth of knowledge these dedicated individuals bring to the table is absolutely unparalleled.
The recent trend of terrorists to engage in active shooter incidents is disturbing. Regrettably, we expect things to get worse before they get better.
The best way to confront this troublesome new reality is to have a plan. Consider contacting Integramax today.