HSEEP Compliant Exercise Design and Evaluation
As trusted advocates to our clients, we utilize every opportunity to inform, train, and guide them towards the best preparedness plan for when the unexpected happens. This includes using our multi-disciplinary expertise to design, facilitate, and evaluate HSEEP compliant exercises, both discussion-based and operations-based. Such exercise programs may include in-depth discussions, seminars, workshops, and simulated scenarios to help our clients and their partners build capability and competence, awareness, and expertise.
Table Top and Full Scale Design, Support & Evaluation
Tabletop Exercises (TTX) involve key stakeholders discussing and evaluating the actual steps that should be followed in a simulated scenario.
Operations-based Functional Exercises (FE) validate emergency coordination, command, and control in a more formal, operational setting, usually in the Emergency Operations Center (EOC). It does not, however, involve personnel outside of the organization.
Operations-based Full-Scale Exercises (FSE) involve stakeholders from multiple agencies validating plans in a “real world” scenario, including personnel in the field.
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- 1857-DR-NY Severe Storms and Flooding
- Associated Hospital Services, Louisiana
- Unkechaug Tribal Nation
- City of Batesville, Arkansas
- City of Burlington, Iowa
- AK-236, AK-237, AK-238 & AK-240 (State-Level Disaster Declarations)
- City of Council Bluffs, Iowa
- North Hudson Sewerage Authority, New Jersey
- Pender County, North Carolina
- Hancock County, Mississippi
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