Emergencies, disasters and catastrophes are separate, distinct problems that require distinct strategies of response. The Emergency Management professionals at VWI understand this and have the expertise necessary to develop a comprehensive, community-centered plan that coordinates the plans of local hospitals and local, state and federal emergency management organizations.
Before an Emergency Operations Plan can be scripted, an organization must be cognizant of all potential natural and man-made disasters they could potentially face. VWI can assist in the development of a Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) to help identify these potential disasters. Once identified, an All-Hazards document can be written that reflects the specific hazards for your organization’s geographical location and community composition, so that hazard risks can be mitigated.
VWI has decades of experience developing Emergency Operations Plans for organizations worldwide. We do not develop “cookie-cutter” plans; instead, we work with each of your departments to customize the plan to your organization’s size, HVA and environment. Let us put your organization on the cutting edge in emergency preparedness and help you develop an All-Hazards document that meets accreditation standards; is simple to understand; and most importantly, gets your organization ready to face the next emergency.