Emergency and Incident Response Action Plans

It is imperative that Entities be prepared for the unknown, sometimes unseen and usually unpredictable events. Redmond Worldwide develops, prepares, and documents an Emergency Management Process for the organization to use to prevent, mitigate, respond, and recover from emergencies. Redmond Worldwide will support Entities capacity to direct, control and coordinate response and recovery operations, by developing Incident Management Standard Operating Procedures (IMSOP’s) for all emergency support functions that are consistent. Redmond Worldwide utilizes an Emergency Plan Documentation Process that will maintain, catalog, organize and document the entire complement of the Entities emergency plans. The Emergency Management Process consists of planning, preparedness, and response and readiness assurance activities. Redmond Worldwide assists Entities in supporting the overall management and coordination of the planning and emergency preparedness, response, and recovery and mitigation program.

GAP Analysis

Redmond Worldwide will review the your Response Plan (DRP). The GAP analysis will outline how effectively the Entities’s will be able to work collaboratively within the Entities and with its regional and federal partners in the event of a disaster.

Redmond Worldwide will review your current Emergency capability to implement the City’s planning and emergency preparedness, response and recovery, and mitigation activities in its role as coordinator of the city’s response to potential and natural, civil, technological disasters, catastrophic events and acts of terrorism.

Redmond Worldwide will develop an assessment of the resource capability gaps and the procedures to overcome these gaps. Redmond Worldwide will support you in establishing procedures to locate, acquire, distribute, and account for services, resources, materials, and facilities procured to support the program.

Redmond Worldwide will assist you in maintaining a management resource capability system which will include personnel, equipment training, facilities, funding, expert knowledge, materials and schedules and a process for identifying points at which they will be needed.