The Importance of an Evacuation Plan for your Business By Sharon Dawson, Sr. Consultant, CMCG

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Having an emergency evacuation plan in place for your business may seem obvious, but most organizations tend to fall short when it comes to having a plan that is appropriately established and implemented, especially when asked the following questions:

  • Is the plan readily accessible?
  • Has it been recently updated and practiced?
  • Have you identified, assigned, and trained a Building Evacuation Team who will help carry ...
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Planning for Disaster – How a Major Corporation Survived the Blow of Hurricane Irma By Sharon P. Dawson

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Case Study by Sharon P. Dawson.

“Hurricane season begins June 1st and so it’s a good time to review our preparedness, dust off the old plans and review past lessons learned – TO BE SURE THEY WEREN’T JUST LESSONS AND ACTUALLY LEARNED! The following case study by CMCG is far more than just an interesting “story,” it’s an important opportunity for every ...

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School Active Shooter Drills – Finding the Right Balance by Jorge C. Castillo

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Virginia Tech University, Columbine High School, Sandy Hook Elementary School, Stoneman Douglass High School. The mere mention of these schools’ names conjures up painful memories, while highlighting an added role educators are now expected to perform; that of first responders. The challenges typically faced by teachers have become more complex by societal expectations that, in the face of an active threat or shooter, teachers will take the actions and steps necessary to safeguard and defend their students.

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Using Tabletop Exercises to Evaluate Your Organization’s Emergency Preparedness by Sharon P. Dawson

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For businesses and organizations who are searching for a cost-effective approach to evaluating their emergency preparedness without having to experience an actual disaster, tabletop exercises are among the most powerful tools you can use. These exercises help validate your current plans, policies and procedures, team roles and responsibilities, improve understanding of how the organization will manage the situations, enhance relationships between team members, and highlight potential gaps in current response and recovery capabilities. 

How to get started

There are a number of ...

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Celebrating 15 Years of Providing Crisis & Contingency Management Services

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In 2003, Bob Bradshaw and Ron Markovich decided to combine their skills and extensive expertise to create a new emergency services consulting firm. Together they founded the Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) with the primary mission of providing emergency planning, training and real-time response services to public and private sector clients.

Over the last 15 years, the company has steadily grown, establishing itself as one of only a handful of expert organizations that are recognized nationally. Leveraging extensive expertise and knowledge ...

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State Department CMCG Crisis Travel Advisories

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U.S. Department of State Improves Safety and Security Messaging for U.S. Citizens

The Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA) serves as the public face of the Department of State (DOS) and is responsible for the welfare and protection of U.S. citizens abroad. In 2017, the CA redesigned its website to make it more user friendly and mobile accessible. Before planning a trip, CMCG encourages clients to visit the State Department’s website Travel Advisories . ...

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CMCG Partners with Morae Legal to Strengthen Crisis Management Services to Corporate Clients

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Mechanicsburg, PA – July 20, 2016 – Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) today announces the company has partnered with Morae Legal to broaden its corporate crisis management services with a full range of risk analysis, crisis planning, crisis program testing and response services. Through this partnership, CMCG now expands its traditional corporate crisis planning, training and exercising services to include legal expertise and claims management services.

CMCG employs a team of professionals with cross-functional experience in crisis, emergency and business continuity disciplines. ...

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CMCG is one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in the Region

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Mechanicsburg, PA, September 30, 2013 – Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) is proud to announce that is has made the Central Penn Business Journal’s 17th annual Top 50 list of companies with increasing revenues. This is the 2nd time that CMCG has achieved this milestone.

Robert Bradshaw, CMCG’s Managing Partner, stated, “We are pleased to have achieved this level of success, particularly in light of the recent challenging economic environment faced by business and industry.  It’s a great way to celebrate ...

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Pacific Gas and Electric Wins Three Awards for Gas Safety 101 Video Series

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MECHANICSBURG, PA (August 6, 2013) – Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has been recognized with three awards for their Gas Safety 101 video series. This informative video set has earned a Summit Creative Award, a Horizon Award and a Communicator Award of Distinction. The awards honor the best in interactive media worldwide.

PG&E partnered with Contingency Management Consulting Group (CMCG) and Allen Communication to develop the educational videos as part of their Public Awareness Plan. The partnership utilized ...

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CMCG Updates Winter Weather Plan for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

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Optimized-Snow PlowMechanicsburg, PA, January 20, 2013. Contingency Management Consulting Group has recently completed the update of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta’s (Children’s) Code White Winter Weather emergency response plan. CHOA is the largest clinical provider of pediatric health care in Georgia. With three hospitals and 18 neighborhood locations, including five Urgent Care Centers, planning for winter weather events at Children’s required the involvement of all levels of the organization. The ...

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