Identify Your Risks, Develop a Plan, and Take Action

February 17, 2017

keeping-your-business-safe-002Is your business prepared for all emergencies? We’re not just talking about knowing the fire drill. Whether a school, a workplace or an apartment building, your business, should have site-specific emergency plans.  This plan outlines preparing and responding to a multitude of emergencies such as an active shooter or losing your entire database.

Consider the places your family or friends spend the most time. Do they have an emergency plan? Are they a Ready Business?

dsc06760This is an eight hour course is divided among four days. All businesses and organizations are invited to join us for this four part certification, March 23, April 4, April 20 and May 2, from 9:30-11:30 AM at the Oxford Civic Center, located at 401 McCullars Lane in Oxford. The cost is $50 per person, and registration to (256)237-3536 is required.

Topics covered will include:

Threats, Hazards, Extreme Weather, Active Shooter, Telecommunications Outage, Medical Assistance, Responding to Crisis, Long Term Recovery, Community Impact, and more!

Attendance of all four sessions is necessary to receive the Ready Business Certification. Course fee covers your Ready Business plan materials, refreshments, and Ready Business Certification. The fee must be paid by the first session on March 23.

dscn5971Ready Business Workshop Series

In Partnership with the Calhoun County EMA

March – May 2017

$50 per person

Oxford Civic Center

To gain your certification, register  by calling (256)237-3536.

 

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