Emergency Response/Management Exersices
Reflexes during emergencies will be followed by a scenario which is generated from organization’s simple routines that can be ignored occasionally. All detailed timeline will be kept in record and reported chronologically starting from dispatch through recovery of the process.
Functional Exercises include:
Crisis Management Team Administrative Activities
Methodology of Emergency Response Team’s approaches to incident and prioritization of operations
Awareness of all employees during emergencies and evacuation processes
Usability of Emergency Response resources.
Exercises PREPARATION PROCESS
Solo Institute consultants and organization’s project teams need approximately 1 day for functional exercise preparations.
Organization’s project team should not be distributed during preparation days. Solo Institute consultants have short meetings with project teams to minimize labour loss.
Every top manager and personnel who are a part of decision making procedure are expected to attend functional exercises.
In addition to those pre-mentioned actors, emergency response team, security and administrative personnel are expected to attend functional exercises.
ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENTS
Every possible solution within different scenarios will be achieved by supplies and equipments under company’s possession.
Murphy-Rossetti exercise duration model is preferred in exercise duration vs realtime duration equavelency determination.
Approximately 1 hour
TABLE TOP EXERCISES
Table Top Exercies consist of scenarios which may have crucial effects on critical workflow process, brand value and reputation and supply chain routines. No physical preparation is required for this exercise. Every top manager and personnel who are a part of decision making procedure are expected to attend this exercises.
Table Top Exercies:
Crisis Management Administrative Activities
Methodology of Emergency Response Team’s approaches for incidents and prioritization of response.
Communication between crisis management center and field first reponders, incident commanders and area wardens
Methodology of critical operations recovery phase