Response Preparedness: Are You Ready For Your Next Incident?
All organizations need preparedness for when incidents occur. The aim is to stay informed of your capabilities.
Implementation of a preparedness program includes identifying and assessing resources, writing plans, developing an incident management system, and training employees so they can execute plans. Here are some of the readiness activities your organization should be undertaking;
The resources needed for responding to incidents can be both equipment and personnel, in order to ensure continuity of business operations during and after an incident should be identified and assessed.
D4H Personnel & Training is a highly proactive system to easily manage the administration of personnel, qualifications, training, attendance, and availability. Measure performance and collaboratively engage your personnel to reach the highest standard of professionalism. While D4H Equipment Management is smart equipment and consumable readiness software for easy inventory administration. Ensure all of your equipment is ready to respond with proactive inspections, repairs, expiry dates, and service history logs.
Emergency Response Plans
An emergency plan is a course of action developed to mitigate the damage of potential events that could endanger an organization’s ability to function. Such a plan should include measures that provide for the safety of personnel and, if possible, property and facilities. These plans can be stored and prepared in D4H Incident Management so they they can be centrally accessed and activated at a moment’s notice.
Incident Management System
An incident management system is needed to coordinate responsibilities and activities before, during, and following your incident. By putting D4H Incident Management in place you are ensuring your organization’s ability to respond and quickly adapt to changing scenarios as they happen.