No matter where your facilities are located, having effective emergency response programs in place helps assure the safety of your employees, the protection of assets, and swift recovery following a disaster. Regardless of regulations, we believe that a comprehensive emergency response plan coupled with impactful employee training are an essential cornerstone to any environment, health and safety (EHS) program. Our global team of Inogen Alliance associates work together to address local regulations, prepare for emergencies most likely to occur at a given location, coordinate training, and provide for effective means of communication during an event. Allow us to help coordinate your global emergency response plans and ensure a well-organized response in the inevitable event of an emergency impacting your global sites.
Technology Advancements in Emergency Response
Emergency Response programs are universally applicable across all kind of occupancies, be it an office / residential building or a complex petrochemical installation. The latest trend in this field is Integration of all emergency services – medical, fire, disaster together with technology advancements. The technology initiatives include Google passcode, What3words and Mobile location based services & GPS for locating the person. Utilization of Artificial Intelligence is also being attempted to identify people in distress automatically and triggering emergency call to the control room with location information.
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- Program Development
- Facilitation of drills
- A more prepared workforce, knowledgeable of appropriate response in the midst of an emergency
- Better control and management during an emergency that results in cost controls and a quicker return to full operations
- Global regulatory compliance
Global ISO 45001 Implementation Support
The global team acted as an extension of the corporate ISO leader by:
- providing a consultant for each facility to have support when ensuring that the policy, program and knowledge around each risk topic was integrated into all systems.
- creating facility specific ISO EHS legal register that covered federal, state and local requirements related to equipment and activities risks.
- validating the initial risk assessments for each facility type at other global facilities
- creating generalized tools that are now used as new facilities are launched to help EHS manager review and control potential risks in line with ISO 45001.
- providing ISO 45001 Lead Auditor Training for EHS personnel in US and EMEA to client EHS managers.
Extension of their team to countries where they were unfamiliar with the local requirements
Ability to adapt tools to various business units
ISO implementation tool box to support the next facilities that were to engage with the paradigm