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ESO Disaster Planning & Business Continuity

There are numerous stories about a fire breaking out in a fire station, a flood washing into the fire house, the tornado that leveled the fire station or the ambulance that was destroyed in an accident. How many emergency service organizations (ESOs) are capable of rebounding from such an incident?

Tailboard Safety Tips

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What do you consider an emergency? View Download
Review your disaster plan View Download
Establish procedures during disasters View Download
Warn of impending disasters View Download
Creating a disaster plan View Download
Organizational succession plan View Download
Communicate with members' families View Download
Protecting family and community View Download
Backup location View Download
Who covers your calls View Download
Fighting fires without a communication system View Download
Dispatching without radios View Download
Back up your data regularly View Download
Lightning protection View Download
Back-up computers View Download
Back-up generator View Download
Assets are in a flood plain View Download
Locate assets after windstorm or similar event and suffer losses View Download
Can’t access your building View Download
Conduct a threat assessment of your operations View Download
Windstorm affect your facility View Download
Fire or explosion at your facility View Download
Facility flooded View Download
Lightning strike and related impact/ damage/outage View Download
Unable to assemble members/staff to respond View Download
Telecommunication system failure View Download
Computer hardware malfunctions and outage View Download
Power outage at your facility View Download