Keeping People Prepared™
The first Basic Emergency Preparedness certification that makes workplace preparedness and OSHA-mandated training easy. Every office, every workplace and every person should be AlertCertified.
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WHAT WE DO
A revolutionary basic national preparedness curriculum
We certify thousands of students with expert instructors and interactive classes
Provide experienced consultants who help organizations
On-site classes that fits in your schedule and space
Easy one point of contact for World-wide multi-site classes
Our programs maximize learning with minimal down-time
We have continued to expand our list of services and capabilities with a staff of trainers and consultants that can’t be beat. We are now able to offer nearly all of our services and can conduct the training at your site or at a location of your choosing. Our list of courses include Basic Emergency Preparedness, First Aid/CPR certification, and select OSHA training.
Our national preparedness certification will not only make your workforce safer, happier and healthier, in the event of a emergency, it will give staff the tools to recover both personally and professionally.
Our sister company, EnjoyCPR Safety Training is one of the nation's largest providers of AHA CPR, BLS, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogen classes. Celebrating over 300,000 students and 8000+ reviews.
Our experienced consultants are flexible enough to work with your organization through the full risk management process or can be directed to conduct a risk assessment on a specific area of your workplace.
Emergency Preparedness & Safety
The AlertCertified® Basic Emergency Preparedness (BEP) certification programs are the first to cover important information that every workplace and person should know. Our breakthrough certification program makes training, maintaining and ensuring preparedness is easy. Our program includes a free safety assessment, cutting-edge evidence-based information and hands-on practice and training.
and Your Organization
When disasters or unforeseen circumstances occur, your staff will have the ability to follow established plans and procedures to prevent injury or death. This will ensure that people are safer and your organization can restore critical functions necessary for operations.
An organization can be fragile, especially when your infrastructure isn’t prepared for disruptions to day-to-day operations. We’ll give you the ability to prepare for critical situations should they arise, so you can recover quickly and resume functions.
As OSHA regulations are more present, and organizations are paying record fines, understanding safety regulations, expectations and laws are crucial for successful operations. The AlertCertified programs cover many regulations and our consultants help organizations receive full compliance.
- Location Specific OSHA Emergency Action Plan
- Documents OHSA-compliant training records
- Prepared staff with possible life-saving training
- Increase your organization's reputation for safety
- 1-day or less full program training
- Reduce workplace injuries and loss of life
- Reduce exposure to safety negligence liability
- Reduce property damage and insurance claims
Designating Lead Safety Staff
Develop an Emergency Response Plan
Develop a Building Evacuation Plan
Develop a Medical Response Plan
Building Evacuation Drills
Medical Emergency Drills
Fire Safety Training
Medical Emergency Safety Training
Preparedness for Earthquakes
Preparedness for Bomb Threats
Preparedness for Tornado/Hurricane
Develop a Shelter-in Plan
Preparedness for Terrorism
Preparedness for Public Disturbances Preparedness for Workplace Violence
Preparedness for Explosions
Preparedness for Civil Disturbances
Preparedness for Biological Attacks
A bomb threat checklist is an important tool that will help individuals record key details. A strict and consistent procedure should be followed. The person who receives the threat must record as much information as possible.
The purpose of this page is to provide the whole community with information to help understand what it means to be prepared and how to do it effectively. The National Preparedness System is intended to be used by the whole community.
A floor plan shows the possible evacuation routes in the building. It is color coded and uses arrows to indicate the designated exit. A room containing hazardous materials is indicated in the lower right hand corner of the building by the flame symbol.
The Stafford Act (§401) requires that: "All requests for a declaration by the President that a major disaster exists shall be made by the Governor of the affected State." A State also includes the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
Ready is a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters.
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