CMCG has developed plans and procedures for government clients to meet GSA, OSHA and hazards specific regulations related to emergency planning. Most government facilities are required to have an Occupant Emergency Plan (OEP) to guide employees in the event of a major emergency which requires them to evacuate under any number of scenarios. The rise in risk profile of malicious intruder events has also created the need to establish clear lock down protocols including considering “run, hide, fight” strategies. However, establishing the protocols and preparing staff to execute them requires technical expertise and sensitivity in delivering training elements.
Our staff are certified to train on the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Incident Command System. We have also responded to real emergencies in support of government entities during the Hurricane Irene, the Haiti Earthquake and the terrorist event of September 11, 2001. As instructors and practitioners of ICS, we offer our clients a unique perspective of creating internal plans that seamlessly integrate with their national response mission and duties.
In keeping current with the latest government guidelines, our staff has expertise in the National Response Framework (NRF), government agencies’ Emergency Support Functions and responsibilities under the NRF and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Plan.
Our team of expert professional consultants combine law-enforcement, operations knowledge and training expertise to establish viable emergency response, continuity of operations and crisis management plans for your agency.