In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, IMG is helping its business clients to reviewing their disaster, security and emergency preparedness and emergency response procedures to better meet the challenges posed by inclement weather in 2012 and beyond.
Firms should formulate emergency response plans and strengthen their security preparedness in anticipation of future weather disasters
The Incident Management Group, Inc. (IMG), a top business disaster and security consulting company, is announcing a review of its emergency response practices and security preparedness in order to help its business clients manage the challenges posed by inclement weather and disaster recovery. This review is in response to the devastation left in Hurricane Sandy’s path in late October 2012. Although many local, state, and federal agencies, such as Homeland Security, can lend valuable assistance after a devastating weather incident, some businesses are revamping their disaster, emergency and security preparedness plans in order to better prepare for the next Superstorm. There is no doubt that inclement weather will affect firms in 2012 and beyond. That is why security experts, such as those at IMG, are starting to think about the special security, safety, and emergency response challenges posed by inclement weather.
“Government agencies, such as Homeland Security, can be be invaluable during extreme weather conditions, as demonstrated in the aftermath of 2012’s Superstorm Sandy. However, firms should formulate emergency response plans and strengthen their security preparedness in anticipation of future weather disasters,” said Christopher Hagon, Managing Partner of IMG Inc. “After all, chaotic conditions are often found in the path of hurricanes, and firms may find themselves without power, water, sanitation, or adequate communication. That is why our company is conducting this review - we are looking for ways to enhance safety and security preparedness and improve emergency response plans. We are also looking into ways of maintaining better communications with government agencies, such as Homeland Security, during extreme weather conditions.”
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