Time to review your organisation’s Emergency Incident Response Plan?

Well documented emergency incident response plans and procedures are imperative for any organisation. Offices, commercial premises, strata buildings and warehouses in particular need to be ready to manage unexpected events to ensure continued smooth and safe operation of their premises.

When there is an emergency, there is usually not much warning, that it why it is so important to have emergency management plans in place to prepare you and your business for any unexpected disruptions.  An emergency incident is any unplanned, unexpected event which has the potential to cause major interruption to your business, property or infrastructure, or threatens the health, safety or welfare of people.  Emergency incidents can range from spills and broken glass through to major sewerage leaks or service breakdowns causing serious water damage and potential health and safety risks.  To be prepared for these types of occurrences, it is imperative to have well documented Emergency Incident Response Plans which outline what to do before, during and after an incident, and how to deal with any incident in a timely and efficient manner. Emergency management planning can help you identify risks to your business, critical areas of operation and how to best protect them. Preparing and regularly reviewing these plans ensures your organisation covers continuity and recovery planning to help your business prepare for and survive any emergency.

Offices, commercial premises, strata buildings and warehouses must be ready to manage unexpected events to ensure continued smooth and safe operation of their operations.  Communicating these plans with external suppliers is crucial, particularly cleaners and maintenance providers who may be required to manage the clean-up and reparation.  Knowing your suppliers have Emergency Response procedures in place and are ready and able to response quickly and efficiently is imperative.  At White Spot Group, our Emergency Response procedures are documented for each client to deliver:

  1. Early Response & Recovery
  2. Minimise disruption for occupants, visitors and general public
  3. Facilitate efficient recovery of core facilities
  4. Outline time-to-respond to critical water & waste damage
  5. Detail after-hours contacts/ “on-call” numbers for all key stakeholders

A good emergency management plan protects your livelihood by preparing you for unexpected disruptions to your business.  At White Spot Group we also assist our clients to identify and implement regular and preventative maintenance, especially of plumbing, air conditioning and ventilation systems to avoid emergencies.  A timely response can often mean the difference between a short delay in your day-to-day operations or a major disruption.  White Spot has crews ready to respond to 24/7 and can guarantee to have teams on-site to commence clean-up operations within 2hrs of notification.    Call us now for a free consultation and site visit.

Well documented emergency incident response plans and procedures are imperative for any organisation. Offices, commercial premises, strata buildings and warehouses in particular need to be ready to manage unexpected events to ensure continued smooth and safe operation of their premises.

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