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5 tips to help you plan for disaster management

5 tips to help you plan for disaster management

These simple tips can help you to mitigate risk and maximise safety so you can keep your organisation and its people safe from disaster. From fires, to floods, hazardous chemical spills and everything in between, disasters of all kinds can be...

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How to build a highly effective Emergency Response Plan

How to build a highly effective Emergency Response Plan

The health and safety of your people is the most important thing of all, which is why an effective emergency response plan is so crucial.  Take it from us, there is nothing worse than being stuck in an emergency situation without a plan. This is...

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What is shelter in place or lockdown?

What is shelter in place or lockdown?

Shelter in place and lockdown are two emergency strategies used when staying put is safer than evacuation. “Shelter in place” and “lockdown” are safety responses to a direct threat. Both involve remaining in place until you are given an “all...

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What is a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)?

What is a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP)?

Disabilities affecting mobility, sight, hearing or cognitive ability can get in the way of individuals being able to follow the general emergency evacuation plan for your facility. This puts them at risk of missing the opportunity to safely...

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A guide to fire warden training

A guide to fire warden training

Fire wardens play a massive role in all building evacuation plans, which is why they require the best training available. Along with your emergency plan, having  building fire wardens offers an important risk control measure to ensure that your...

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Evacuation diagrams for hotels

Evacuation diagrams for hotels

Evacuation diagrams play a crucial role in maintaining the safety of all guests, staff and visitors in hotels. Preparing your hotel, motel or accommodation venue for an emergency is crucial to safety for all. Part of the emergency evacuation...

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