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Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery Planning

In today’s world there are many potential threats to our business, this manual will help you to create a documented system of 'preparedness, response and recovery' when and if a crisis happens.

While bio-terrorism is at the forefront of the news these days and the main reason that this product was written, other serious and potentially damaging threats still exist and need to be addressed.

Some of the more common threats this manual can help you prepare for and recover from are:

• Accidents
• Acts of nature
• Berserk employee
• Bomb threat
• Chemical spill
• Damage to facility
• Death of key employee
• Executive succession or departure
• Explosion
• Fire
• Infection / disease
• Hazardous material incident
• Personal threats
• Sabotage
• Suspicious mail or packages
• Terrorism
• Vandalism

The Emergency Management is supplied in MS-Word format to enable full flexibility. It contains the following items:

- a manual to take you through the whole process step by step
- procedures, guidance and tips on a range of related issues with respect to the mailroom
- documents introducing biological and chemical threats, explaining each of the main agents: their background, incubation period, symptoms, how they are transmitted. - instructions, guidelines and a wide range of forms to help you manage the media in a crisis situation

The toolkit is in use in many organizations across the world. For more information see our more detailed section on the Toolkit Contents.



Obtaining The Emergency Management Toolkit

The Emergency Management Toolkit can now be obtained online and downloaded to your PC. To procure your own copy, simply visit our Purchase Page and follow the instructions given.



Further Information

For additional information regarding the Emergency Management Toolkit, or any related topic, please contact us. Contact details are provided on our Contact Page.

Alternatively, view the developers website at the Emergency Preparedness and Emergency Management Kit website.

What's New
20. January. 2005
Further information added to the biological threat section. We will be updating the chemical threat section soon.

2. April. 2014
The mailroom procedures have been reformatted. The update of the chemical threat section has also been completed.