We see in the news events such as a chlorine spill at a swimming pool to terrorist attack at a shopping centre all too often. Are you prepared to respond effectively protecting your staff, customer and organisation in such an event?
We see in the news events such as a chlorine spill at a swimming pool to terrorist attack at a shopping centre all too often.
There is currently no legislative requirement for organisations or venues to consider or employ security measures at the vast majority of public places to ensure preparedness and protection in the event of a terrorist attack.
However, that may change with the introduction of legislation in the form of the Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law). We can help you now only prepare for new legislation but demonstrate to your stakeholders that you are proactively working with industry experts in preparing for the future. Such as Actions cards and exercises to prepare staff to ‘lock down’ and ‘in-vacuate’ securing staff and customers within a workplace to protect them from external threats. Training in traumatic injuries caused by bladed weapons, blast or ballistics and preventing catastrophic blood loss are all outside a standard First Aid at Work program. 312 can provide immersive training from specialist paramedics to give your staff the confidence as well as the competence to manage extreme threats.
What is the risk of not preparing and training properly, without governance in place that has been reviewed by independent experts?
Looking today at tomorrow’s threats may not only save lives but save your organisation from money loss and reputation damage in the future.
312 can not only provide the specialist support for not only standard fire and health and safety issues, but with our team of experts look through and beyond to the emerging threats and what impact they would have on your sector.
312 can provide your organisation with specialist insight from the UK’s blue light services managers who may be called to respond to an emergency, critical event or incident at your place of work.
Their input into your risk assessments, response plans, action cards, training and communication systems can help to ensure a seamless and efficient response to any incident to deliver the best outcome for you, your organisation and your stakeholders.
312 is a specialist and highly experienced team who provide operational and advisory services to businesses on risk mitigation and critical event management. This expertise comes from the frontline and the real-life experiences of our senior members contribution to the public sector including the emergency services, armed forces, NHS, Ambulance Trusts as well as advisors to the government.
Critical and crisis event management has not been a core consideration in general for businesses in the private sector, there is little expertise or experience available in the sector, this has all changed with the outbreak of the pandemic of COVID-19. 312 brings the expertise from public sector into the private sector.
Providing stakeholder assurance, rebuilding your business post-critical event, laying the foundation for the future.