On Site Emergency Manager
|Support Staff||Outside Provider||Price ($-$$)|
The above chart briefly describes the structure and pricing of the common programs in operation today. There are certain benefits to each program that lend themselves to specific industries.
For example, chemical manufacturing is a high risk industry and those companies will always have self-contained Emergency Management departments because of the level of preparedness and mitigation that happens on a day to day routine. They also have physical response needs that are more efficient when performed in-house.
Another example would be a large non-hazardous product manufacturer or corporate campus. With minimal day to day mitigation they can simply have a single full or part-time Emergency Manager on staff and source exercises and plan writing to an outside vendor. Using outside vendors can dramatically decrease your costs while at the same time increasing quality as long as you hire a company with a diverse planning background. Contact us for more information.