Contact Integra Team
Beit Hapa'amon, Hall 230, (POB 37), Hata'as St. 20, Kfar Saba,
Phone: +972 (3) 509-41-06
Fax: +972 (3) 527-31-76
- Saving lives and minimizing damage
- Maintaining vital assets and core resources
- Preventing catastrophic economic damage that endangers the survival of the organization
- Ensuring business continuity
- Maintaining organizationís growth and momentum
- Create organizational durability
The client will learn the following skills and abilities:
- First responder training
- Map the vulnerabilities, threats and risks in the event of an emergency
- Establish emergency response teams (from organization personnel) capable of halting and coping with a crisis
- Develop a structure for a rapid return to normal day-to-day operations
- Participate in simulations to examine and improve performance under stress and emergency conditions
Localized crisis or disasters on a small scale are still a threat to harm both people and infrastructure, and require an immediate and decisive response to prevent escalation.
The kind and type of localized emergencies is broad and varied, and their likelihood of occurrence is often underestimated.
Such disaster can occur as a result of hazards such as: fire and safety, injury to employees or clients, crime, structural faults and more. Even off-site accidents involving an organizationís employees might seem minor, but its impact on the organization may be substantial enough to paralyze the organization.
The main principle of proper emergency management is to minimize the damage and protect and save lives. Emergency scenarios that may seem trivial at first, without proper insight and without proper awareness, can quickly deteriorate into a full blown disaster, both personally and organizationally.
During real emergencies, there is a significant time gap from when the event occurs until the rescue services arrive on the scene. In that time gap, the damage may exact a high price, both in terms of human casualties and organizationally. Even after the arrival and response of the emergency services, sustaining the organizationís continuity and vital assets are not a part of their duties.
Special training, offered by Integra staff, is intended to ensure the proper management and conduct of such scenarios, with the understanding that technology can help deal with a crisis, not resolve it. More important than technology are the people that utilize technology such as local representatives, working together with employees, who can easily prevent collateral damage and a deterioration of the situation.
Integraís customized training program will instill in the client the knowledge and skills necessary to protect and preserve the organizationís core resources and capacity for continuity after the event, and at the same time, restore the organizationís ability to function to the level prior to the incident. Above all, the training will develop management methods for emergency response readiness that will greatly reduce the risk of a localized event deteriorating into a complete collapse of the organization.