I am pleased to say we effectively partnered with PreparedEx, LLC to conduct a simulation exercise with our Incident Management Team which included scenario creation unique to our business, the dynamic delivery of said scenario, and a debriefing that focused on risk decision making in the face of a crisis. Their unique expertise and ability to manage the event was the subject of universal praise from our management team.
PreparedEx has been a fantastic partner for our crisis preparedness program. They have been instrumental in helping shape our preparedness strategy, improved our processes and worked with all levels of global leadership to ensure we are prepared for a variety of potential issues.
The team at Preparedex is more than a consultant, they are a partner to us in helping ensure our business is prepared to effectively respond to multiple types of crises. The simulations are very realistic and draw our teams into the exercise as if it were an actual event.
A dynamic and cost effective way to design and deliver crisis simulation exercises.
LaunchPAD was designed to be fully responsive and accessible across multiple monitor sizes, screen resolutions, and platforms, be it a computer, tablet or mobile device.
LaunchPAD can be accessed securely from anywhere as long as the participant or observer has access to an internet connection.
Using LaunchPAD’s access control system, injects can be sent to specific groups and individuals.
Along with the browser based interface, LaunchPAD is capable of delivering injects via SMS and email.
A hot wash is the “after-action” discussions and evaluations of an organization’s performance following an exercise/war game, training session, or major event, such as Hurricane Sandy. It is a borrowed term from the military by the emergency preparedness community. The hot wash session’s main purpose is to identify strengths and weaknesses of the response to […]
In our first wargaming lesson, we addressed the importance of determining the client’s objective before selecting a scenario for a war game or exercise. The intent of that lesson was not to downplay the importance of a scenario, but to highlight the importance of first focusing on game/exercise objectives. A scenario provides at least two […]
After leaving the military in 2001, it took me several years to adapt to the corporate world. The changes varied from the difference in discipline to the style of leadership. I joined the British Army as a sixteen year old. From the moment I stepped off the train in Pirbright Surrey and was greeted by […]
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