What Would You Do In a Terrorist Attack Or Disaster?
The attached photo could be YOU hunched under a desk. After MOST mock disaster drills, communication is identified as a weakness. We found a solution to the problem.
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Following are examples of how these issues would be impacted IN REAL TIME.
- Location, description, and scale of the crisis pushed via e-mail or text to employees
- Code Red areas where the "threat" is active (i.e. live-shooter in Building ___, Concourse ___)
- Safe Areas where employees/visitors are advised to evacuate
- Database where employees can enter their location (safe, risk, unknown)
- Personnel can send information to the command center giving updates of their situation (5 shot, 2 fatal in building ___)
- Employees can upload photos, video, comments such as descriptions of the terrorists/gunmen, vehicle, license plate, etc.
- Safe areas where personnel can go to be identified, debriefed and picked-up
- Open shelter/safe haven locations/which ones have reached capacity
- Emergency phone numbers for easy access
- Internal news feed entered by the Command Center for updates of the situation in real time (i.e. blocked roadways)
- Preloaded videos for handling CPR, shock, bleeding, fractures, etc. until help arrives
- Emergency procedures manuals and
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Source: Dr. Isabel Perry via LinkedIn
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