Emergency Planning for K-12 and Higher Education Complexes
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Emergency Planning for K-12 and Higher Education Complexes Emergency Planning for K-12 and Higher Education Complexes Document Transcript

  • Emergency Planning for K-12 andHigher Education ComplexesFEBRUary, 2013Cannon Design recognized a needto prepare for, respond to andrecover from any hazard – manmade or natural event. To addressthese needs, Cannon Designassembled a team of highly qualifiedand experienced emergencymanagement professionals whohave served in many capacities.Specifically, key team members have been an Scope of work regarding plan review includes:integral part in the development and execution • Schedule two (2) meetings with clientof multiple Emergency Preparedness Plansand Programs. Our planning team understands Request initial meeting to discuss scope of work, sitethe importance of ensuring all plans are visit and obtain copy of plan(s) for reviewcompliant with Local, State, Federal Emergency Schedule final meeting to report findings and discussManagement Agency (FEMA), Department of next stepsHomeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Department • Review client’s School Safety Plan and/or Emergencyof Education guidance. They have collaborated Preparedness / Response Plans to ensure plan content iswith multiple Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) consistent and current with Local, State, Federal and U.S.cities and have assessed critical infrastructure Department of Education guidanceand key resources, written ComprehensiveEmergency Management Plans with appendices • Review plan annexes specific to Building Access, Activeand prepared Multi-Jurisdictional All-Hazard Shooter, Building Lockdown / Lockout, Shelter-in-Place,Mitigation Plans. Our team has conducted table Evacuation and Communication procedurestop to full-scale functional Homeland Security • Review Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP)compliant exercises based on varying levels ofpreparedness, and published demographically Total cost: $15,000.00relevant recommendations for improvements. To (Offer valid March 1, 2013 thru May 31, 2013)facilitate the development of recommendations Note: Above cost represents existing plan review work only. Writing planand preparation of plans and documents, we work revisions, development of new emergency plans or annexes, building / site vulnerability assessment and other related emergency planning servicesclosely with local jurisdictions, the first responder would require a separate contract and/or cost proposal agreement.community, as well as multiple resource andsupport agencies who serve as program catalysts For more information, please contact Roger Lander atand implementers. rlander@cannondesign.com