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Finnigan & Walsh Ltd.

"I will highlight the professionalism and efficiency of The Emergency Planning Society. They quickly assessed all our emergency planning and upgraded it, pointing out flaws that we didn’t know we had and could have costed us dear."

St. Francis College

"We knew that protecting our children was a high level priority. I am confident now on your emergency structure thanks to the advice of The Emergency Planning Society. They have taught both our staff and our students the basics of escape plans and emergency behaviour. These people know what they do."

Dorothy Anne Lawrence

"Investing in safety should always be a priority. I am so happy that we did it. The Emergency Planning Society has changed the functioning of our whole building. Everything is in place now. They have been so kind and attentive."

Hospital Responsibility to Patients: Know Your Rights

Health care is one of the most well structured service industries whose aim is to give families a safe and adjuvant environment. As a patient, understanding your rights will not only benefit you, but your health care provider as well.  It is for this reason that we encourage everyone to familiarize themselves with their responsibilities in their own health care as well as their rights.

The rights and responsibilities of the health care service providers to their clients are independent of the race, origin, culture, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status, physical and mental condition, nationality, age or political views of the patient. Read More...

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Emergency planning and contingencies

We can't control everything that happens around us, and sometimes, emergencies take place. People don't always do all they can to prevent this, taking all safety measures, checking all machines and devices used for every task, and monitoring every single detail of their productions. And even if we do, accidents can happen anyway, for one reason or another. We can't control weather, or the spreading or unknown diseases, or attacks from armies or armed groups, just to cite a few examples. Whatever the case is, emergencies happen, things catch us off guard, lives are at stake, and professional and government forces need to act in order to protect the population.

The only way to face a big emergency and solve the problem successfully is to have an emergency plan. This goes far beyond placing signs on buildings pointing at the emergency exit and telling people not to use the elevator in case of fire. Of course, this is important, and it can save many lives, but real emergency planning, when well executed, needs to reach higher spheres. Read More...

What Happens when Disaster Strikes

You probably learnt some tips on how to be ready for any disaster in your school — but does that really mean you are ready for any kind of disaster? Here are some of the strategies for emergency preparedness you need to follow.

Always Be Ready