Being Prepared

Preparation activities happen before an incident occurs. These should include All Hazards Risk Assessments, security assessments, and well fire code compliance tracking. Other preparation activities include regular training, drills, and exercises and the management of social media in preparation for a media storm. At FutureShield we support systems that allow you to handle your preparation in an auditable, reportable, compliant fashion ensuring that your organization is better prepared for when the unthinkable happens.

As a Department Manager of Emergency Preparedness, I contracted Cynthia to work on a variety of Emergency Management focus areas. She is a pleasure to work with and provided very professional, detailed, focused support on all key areas. Her knowledge, skill and expertise greatly helped to achieve our key objectives and also provided additional insight for future consideration. Having successfully worked with her on numerous occasions, I highly recommend Cynthia, without reservation, to provide the professional support as well as the knowledge, skill and expertise to ensure success.

–Dan McArthur, Senior Strategist and Chair for CANDU Owners Group Emergency Preparedness and Response Peer Group

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