Emergency Management

Opsec Media Networks’s senior security consultants have been practitioners of emergency management and incident response for decades through both military and police experience. We provide strategic, operational, and tactical emergency management consulting services focusing on planning and mitigation. We can also advise you on incident management in the event of a disaster occurrence.

Emergency Management Program Review

The purpose of the emergency management program review is to assess the mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery capabilities of the organization’s Emergency Management Program. The assessment is designed to focus on the identification of deficiencies or a basis for corrective actions that need to be taken in order to strengthen the comprehensive emergency management program. Assessment results should be used to establish priorities and analyze program performance to improve the quality of the emergency management program.

Development of a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP)

An organization’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) establishes a framework for an effective comprehensive emergency management program. A CEMP describes the basic Emergency Management strategies, assumptions, policies, operational goals and objectives, and mechanisms through which an organization will mobilize resources and conduct activities to guide and support emergency management efforts through prevention, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation.

OPSEC’s consulting staff will work in close coordination with an organization’s emergency management staff to provide administrative, research, planning, publishing services and best practices required to develop a complete CEMP.

Design Response Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

  • Develop outlines for a department / organization response procedures. Encourage departments, agencies, organizations, to write Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Develop a complete listing of all departments, agencies, organizations who have identified response responsibilities.
  • Include a sub listing of the responsibilities for each department, agency or organization.
  • Develop a format for SOPs.
  • Through interviews, develop a list of action steps to be performed to ensure that the responsibility, if called upon, is carried out.
  • Provide each department, agency, organization with their lists of responsibilities