Ready for Anything: Emergency Preparedness for Modern Facilities


“Expect the best but prepare for the worst.” – every Facility Director

Stay ahead of the curve and prepare your facilities for whatever comes their way. The resources on this page were designed to help you prepare for a variety of emergency situations.


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Stay Open Responsibly

A New Definition of “Clean”

We kicked off 2024 with increasing cases of flu, RSV, Covid, and other respiratory illnesses. Make sure your workplace rises to post-pandemic levels of “clean”, with appropriate disinfection methodologies and a focus on indoor air quality.

Stay Open Responsibly presents the best practices for facilities that are focused on keeping the workplace healthy for employees and guests.

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The Active Shooter Series

It’s a matter of life or death, but is your facility and its occupants prepared in the event of an active shooter emergency?

By far the most important report we’ve ever created, Prepare for an Active Shooter Scenario at Your Facility is a must-read for every Facility Manager and Facility Director.

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Science-Ready Assessment

Is your lab science-ready?

With the next round of funding always on the horizon, a poorly run lab is an emergency waiting to happen.

Our team’s Science Ready Assessment will identify those emergencies BEFORE they happen!

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Winterize Your Facilities

Winter presents unique risks to facilities and their occupants. In this short overview, we talk about the top 4 things that need your attention before old man winter hits.

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Crisis Communications

Comm plans became important again during the pandemic, as employers navigated through WFH communications to RTO plans.

The lessons learned during this time have survived and Employee Crisis Communication should be part of your emergency preparedness tool kit.

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