Crisis management plan

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Crisis management plan

The crisis management plan combines the procedures as well as all internal and external infrastructures specific to the site that will be used in the event of a major emergency that may endanger people or the environment. The crisis management plan must be deployed after the fire safety plan and emergency measures.

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  • Based on N.F.P.A. 1600 and CAN/ULC standard. Z.731 – 03
  • Searching for information on infrastructure (internal and external)
  • Quick access to the required information
  • Unique document suitable to your corporate image
  • Quick procedure Guide based on the functions in the company
  • Protection of the corporate image in case of incident
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Content of the plan:

  • Laws and authorities - applicable law, internal politics, regulatory and provisions guidelines.
  • Risk assessment – natural hazards, human and technological events.
  • Impact assessment – health and safety, continuity of services, deliveries of services, primary activities, equipment and infrastructure, environmental, regulatory and contractual obligations, etc.
  • Prevention of incident - analysis of the processes in place and correction measures.
  • Resource management and logistics - compatibility with the objectives of the program, reminder of resources incident, resources supply, etc.
  • Mutual aid and assistance - needs at the level of internally and externally mutual assistance, list of suppliers and agreements.
  • Planning - identification of roles and functions, procedure for incident management.
  • Communication and warning - evaluation of needs, control lists, emergency communications, etc.
  • Operational procedures and equipment - stabilization of incidents, continuity of operations, etc.
  • Communication in times of crisis - internal and external communications.
  • Finance and administration – financial and administrative procedures support.
  • Staff training - incident management system, simulation, and business initiation.