Do you know what to do in case of a disaster?

Can you and your staff react appropriately to fire, accidents, food poisoning, bomb blasts or SEVESO incidents? Which emergency number should you call? What are the procedures? Who has what task?
Clear rules and defined tasks ensure orderly handling in chaotic situations. Not only that the contingency plan is required by law, it also minimizes the level of emergencies.

What does an emergency plan include?

The General Emergency, Escape and Rescue Plan (GEERP) serves as the basis for further detailed development of Emergency Planning (EP) to respond to an emergency as quickly as possible. It contains answers to the following questions:

  • How do I report a fire, a gas infection or an explosion?
  • How do I react to a nuclear or SEVESO accident?
  • What do I have to do if the power goes out?
  • What is the task of the evacuation coordinator?
  • What is the evacuation team doing?

If you know what the processes and tasks of the employees are and that they are familiar to them, you can feel reassured.

Procedure for care institutions (nursing homes and retirement homes)

Institutions such as nursing homes require special procedures:

  • What should be done if a resident is missing?
  • How does food poisoning occur?
  • What to do if an epidemic breaks out?
  • How do you react to the inhabitants of a facility in the event of a bus accident?

For these and other situations, we describe the procedures in a comprehensive contingency plan. We also put together all the necessary documents for you.
With this information, you can respond quickly and appropriately, when an emergency occurs in your care facility.

Action cards create clarity

Each employee receives his own action card. This reminder aid is extremely valuable in the event of a disaster. On the action card the employee can find his task, where the nearby fire extinguishers and emergency exits are located, which emergency numbers are to be called, etc.

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