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Emergency Preparedness

We help our clients prepare for emergencies, threats and disasters long before they can be impacted by them. Having plans, the proper training and the right supplies can make all the difference in how you survive and thrive in a disaster environment.

We prepare you organization for the worst case scenario

In a major disaster, First Responders will only be responding to the highest priority calls for service and it might be several days before vital services are restored.

A wide variety of hazards, both natural and man-made such as earthquakes, fires, severe storms, power outages and terrorist acts of are just some of the potential emergencies we may encounter.

Why does this matter?

Because without a plan, training or supplies, you leave your business or organization exposed to austere conditions that can prevent you from recovering quickly and getting back to business.

Secure Measures can provide your team with the tools to be prepared when faced with an emergency situation. To help you we utilize established Disaster Preparedness best practices in education, planning, training and exercises.

To find out more, contact us today using the form on this page or call us direct at 310-507-1493.

Client review

Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department

In the past eight (8) months, Dave has literally helped us change our entire approach to training about military culture and responses to veterans in crisis. His ideas and approach to building our new training program are insightful and perfectly designed to highly engage student participants (mostly cops and clinicians) of all learning types.

By the time of his retirement, Dave was providing vitally needed VMET support to LASD MET, LAPD MEU and over 40 other municipal city MET units in Southern California.

He was doing what nobody had envisioned in prior years and there were many proven successes – over 300 cases and multiple veterans in LA County are alive today due to VMET.

Dave has unparalleled tenacity, expertise and leadership in all matters that we are working on in LA County to implement new programs and mobile crisis response services to reach “at risk” veterans and veterans in crisis who might otherwise succumb to death by suicide without swift, effective interventions.

We are proud to work with Dave now as one of his clients, where Dave is helping us to improve deputy interactions with some of the most vulnerable veteran populations: the mentally ill and the homeless.

Lt John Gannon - LASD Mental Evaluation<br>Team - Commander