Disaster safety is definitely NOT a case of "One size fits all".
Effective disaster planning requires a realstic understanding
of how a crisis will impact the specifics of YOUR site, people and life.
The plan for an individual home has to differ from the plan for an
office on the top floors of a high rise, and from a delivery business that has vehicles on
the road 24/7. The same idea, for example, applies to the differences between a residential
care facility and a retail grocery. The ability for a single mother to evacuate a neighborhood
typically differs from that of an elderly widow with mobility issues. Even if you have two buildings
that are exactly alike, one may be more vulnerable to damage, or even collapse,
because of the soil and surrounding terrain.
So many things can differ, from the unique physical characteristics of
the neighborhood, site and building(s), to the number of people, their
age and health considerations, and their activities, schedules,
economics, and lifestyle factors.
Our goal is to help you make sense of these variables, no matter what
your situation. We offer creative and customized solutions aimed at protecting your physical
life safety, reducing post-disaster stresses, and improving your opportunities
for a more rapid and effective economic recovery. Planning in this way can bring peace of mind to you
and also to those you care about and need to protect.