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Emergency Preparedness for Offices
We offer a turn-key solution that is customizable for your company's needs. As the leader in emergency preparedness since 1982, our expert service and experience will make your program successful.
This online tool will analyze the size of your workforce, the geographic location of your offices, number of offices, and other information you provide to determine which emergency kits and supplies you need to prepare your workplace.
Our ER™ Emergency Ready Office Kits have been designed by a team of preparedness experts to contain the most strategic and reliable emergency supplies for workers to survive for 72-hours following a disaster.
We can provide a variety of custom kits to meet your specific needs. Our custom kits can be screen printed with your corporate name and/or logo. We can also address your company’s specific preparedness needs and budget.
We can send an expert from our team to your workplace to make our products available to your employees at special prices and without any shipping costs. Our expert staff will answer employees questions about preparing at home and in transit to work.
We recommend storing your kits and supplies in strategic locations inside and outside the buildings to ensure access for all employees who may be at work during a disaster. We proudly offer a variety of storage options to meet your company's needs.
Our kits are designed to make it easy and inexpensive to replenish your supplies every 5 years. Instead of buying new kits, our ER™ Easy Replacement Packs replace only the supplies that expire so that you can reuse the rest of the kit.
To assist companies in California with their earthquake fastening needs, we have contracted with Secure-It Construction, a specialized general contracting firm (fully licensed & bonded) that provides seismic consultation and services.
If disaster occurs during business hours, workers may be located far away from friends, family, and home. Roads may be be impassible, electricity may be down, and office buildings may suffer severe structural damage making them unsafe to occupy.
Failure to maintain standards of protection against foreseeable disasters such as earthquakes opens companies, managers, and officers to liability if losses or injuries occur because of their failure to act.