Understand Your Needs:
Your objectives, stakeholders, schedule, budget, functionality, sustainability goals, building codes, vulnerability of collections, preservation & conservation objectives, etc. are essential elements to understand from the start.
Identify Hazards & Risks:
Hazards and Risks vary for each region, site , building, and collection. Identifying risks deemed credible at your site that need to be addressed helps tailor appropriate fire/disaster management solutions to realistic threats.
A description of fire and disaster related risks your site and the collections are exposed to and that are credible events.
Develop Tailored Solutions:
Fire/disaster management solutions need to incorporate indigenous knowledge, materials and people; be effective, sustainable, capable of addressing multiple event scenarios; and make efficient use of financial resources.
Risk-informed, cost-effective, sustainable and integrated solutions using indigenous people, knowledge and resources.
Proper implementation of disaster management plans is as important as developing them. On-going development, reviews, updates and capacity building are critical, as disaster planning is an iterative, on-going process.
Tailored, effective and sustainable solutions based on understanding needs of stakeholders, and addressing long term objectives.
Exceptional Service: This process helps us to provide clients with exceptional fire and disaster risk management consulting solutions.
Tailored Solutions: Based on developing a thorough understanding of each client’s unique objectives, assessing credible risks, and establishing mitigation measures focused on client objectives, life safety and preservation. Innovative solutions that are risk-informed, sustainable, fully integrated, cost-effective and results oriented.
Protecting What Is Important: Anything less can lead to injuries and personal loss; damage to collections; loss of property and heritage; as well as interruption to one’s business operations.