Emergency Planning Resources


Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment

Determine which hazards you should plan for and prioritize continuity planning for your organization.

  • 14 March 2017
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This worksheet will help you determine which hazards to plan for, based on probability.

Emergency Response Planning Committee

Membership and Meeting Guide

  • 14 March 2017
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Emergency response planning requires involvement from all areas of the business. This document provides considerations for establishing your planning committee and sample agendas for initial planning and subsequent meetings.

Pocket Plan and Contact Card Tools

Printable Tools to Improve Organizational Preparedness

  • 21 February 2017
  • Author: WebWriter
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Use these printable tools to create and provide personnel a condensed version of your emergency action plan and an easily accessible emergency contact card.

Preparedness Calendar Tool

Adapt the Preparedness Calendar to Your Organization's Specification

  • 21 February 2017
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This document serves as a tool to manage and schedule recommended activities related to your organization’s preparedness and resiliency. It includes assessment, maintenance, and training activities related to emergency response and business continuity.

Situational Assessment Outline and Worksheet

Outline and worksheet to help key personnel improve their ability to assess an emergency situation.

  • 21 February 2017
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This resource provides a series of important questions and accompanying worksheet for consideration following an incident or event. It helps assess the current situation and supports the decision-making process during time of incident.  Most simply put, situational awareness can be described as “knowing what is going on around you”. All too often emotional reactions, shock and chaos can ensue after an incident and for those individuals responsible for an organization it is important to maintain situational awareness and have accurate documentation of the crisis. You can also leverage this form to record events or critical decisions and the time/date they occurred. Be sure that all documentation is accurate and legible.

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