What We Offer

We offer companies, communities and families defined management plans in emergency preparedness, crisis management, emergency response and business continuity covering each stage from mitigation to response and recovery.


Safety Management Systems for accident prevention and reporting


Keep your staff and clients safe in the event of an emergency


Effective planning for maintaining essential services and functions


Activate employees to prepare for and respond to emergencies

Our Model

The Response Team Difference

Building Networks

Collaboration and coordination in planning for and responding to disasters and emergencies.

Leading Resilience

Developing disaster resilience requires strong leadership.

Risk Management

When risks are identified they can be incorporated into a risk register as part of your risk management process.

Preparing Others

Learn to help others by preparing them for when they may be at their most vulnerable.

The courage of every day heroes is found in their ability to be confidently prepared.


General Inquiries

Yes there is a cost to these documents, however they are a playbook and tool that you can use to get you through significant incidents that may occur.  These are not just a templated document, they are a tool that can be used to actually respond to the incidents that are happening to you and the organization, whether they are caused internally or are external influences such as natural disasters.

If you are an member of industry then you have minimum requirements that must be adhered to.  If you are not it is totally up to you, but here is what we see:

  1. It starts with planning. What are the hazards, risks, and vulnerabilities your organization faces?
  2. Determine the tools, resources and training that your team has.
  3. Build a plan that takes into consideration the resources, risks, topography, geography, demographics, and other challenges unique to your locations.
  4. Review the necessary additional documents that may be required such as maps, models, and other external references that may be required.
  5. Train on the plan first internally then with external partners.  Don’t forget about your partners, they are a key component of any response.

Our team is full of sports fans and if there is one thing that we can take from sports it is that training and practice matters.  Many of us here on the team are at the highest level of training in topics like the Incident Command System, safety management, and business continuity, and the best thing to do with that training, is we pair it up with our decades of experience and create the heroes within your organization so that you can respond internally.

Many organizations were taken by surprise when the pandemic hit and they had very few ideas of how to manage things like personnel working remotely, supply change management, facilities management, crisis communications, security, and other issues that cause your businesses viability to be threatened.   Business Continuity in a nut shell is the planning that goes into making sure that despite and incident occuring, that the business is still up and running afterwards.

It's a Great Day to be a Hero!™