Disaster Management

Riskfree helps governments and organizations in improving their capabilities to mitigate against, prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters and terrorism attacks. The Risk Free Framework 1 - Comprehensive: Our experts consider and take into account all hazards, all stakeholders and all impacts relevant to disasters 2 - Progressive: Our experts anticipate future disasters and take preventive and preparatory measures to build disaster resistant communities 3 - Risk-Driven: Our experts use hazard identification, risk analysis and impact analysis in assigning priorities and resources 4 - Integrated: Our experts integrate the various agencies in the disaster management plan 5 - Coordinated: Our experts synchronize the activities of all relevant stakeholders to achieve a common purpose 6 - Flexible: Our experts use creative and innovative methods in solving disaster challenges. Risk Free employs the most experienced leaders in the fields of Emergency and Disaster management. Our team includes world class emergency management planners, disaster program leaders and mitigation specialists. Risk Free innovative methods employ scenario based resource planning to establish a common framework for risk management. The Risk Free services will lead the City in planning, preparedness, communication, response and recovery for daily emergencies, large scale citywide events and major disasters.

The strategic plan and SOPs will assist governments in their strategic goals, objectives and examples of performance indicators to enhance the City’s ability to deter, prevent, respond to, and recover from disasters. The Strategic Plan also identifies lead and support agencies responsible for the execution of these strategies. It describes the city’s based hazards, identifies actions that can be taken to reduce their effects and establishes a process for implementing the plan. The SOPs will also help organizations in all-hazards response and restoration plan describing the coordination, roles and responsibilities of responding agencies and how the City works with state and central government agencies during an emergency. Risk Free has developed SOPs and guidelines for city preparedness in response to terrorist attack and enhanced preparedness policy options for government officials at all levels and recommended actions that communities should take to prepare for bioterrorist attacks, pandemic flu outbreaks and other large scale emergencies. The Risk Free Standard is a rigorous and a scalable industry standard for Emergency and Disaster Management. The Risk Free Program assesses the risk and vulnerability of people, property and the environment.

Services offered - Preparing SOPs and Manuals for cities, towns and villages from the US perspective consisting of the following: 1 - Prevention, Protection, Preparedness, Response, Recovery and Mitigation 2 - Risk and Vulnerability Assessments 3 - Roles and responsibilities of the individuals, Fires, Hurricanes, Bomb Blasts, Evacuation measures, Floods, Earthquakes, Tsunami, Terrorism, Crisis Communications, Incident Command System, Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive materials (CBRNE) Mitigation, Continuity of Operations (COOP), Logistics Management, Mass Casualty/Fatality Incident Planning, Communications and Warning, Damage assessment and debris management, Firefighting/Fire Protection, Food, water and commodities distribution after a disaster, Role of law enforcement, Mass care and sheltering, Private sector coordination, Public health and medical services, Public works and engineering, Search and rescue, Transportation systems, Restoration of essential utilities, Mutual Aid, Coordination among appropriate stakeholders, Pandemic Planning, Emerging Threats, Incident Management and much more

Community based disaster management, including last mile integration of the policy, plans and execution. 4 - Capacity development in all related areas 5 - Hazard Mitigation Planning 6 - Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Consequence Analysis 7 - Operational Planning 8 - Crisis Communications 9 - Checklists 10 - And much more

Posted By - Admin | Posted On - 22/03/2019

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