While we have a strong foundation in the aviation sector, aviation is not all we do. If your needs arise from rail, specialty marine, workplace emergencies or any other hazard, you can rest assured that you have selected a full service emergency response provider that will help you protect your most important asset – your people. Take care of your people and the rest should take care of itself.
We built the foundation of Fireside Partners on the needs of the underserved business aviation sector. You, your employees, and the families of those impacted by a disaster need experienced resources available to them. Many Fortune companies and charter/flight managed operators choose Fireside as their Emergency Services Provider.
As a specialty marine and private yacht/charter customer, you know first hand the complexities associated with disasters that impact your operation. Do you have the resources, experience, and training to handle this critical stage of your emergency response program? Are you prepared to be at your best during the worst of times?
Passenger and freight rail disasters are complex and require a team of trained professionals to respond to the emergency. Families of those impacted need immediate answers and care. Are your processes aligned with the Rail Passenger Disaster Family Assistance Act of 2008?
An armed assailant can threaten an organization at any time. Are you prepared for a time when first responders onsite at the activation of the emergency, but their obligation to the response ends there?
While there is little you can do to prevent a natural disaster, such as a hurricane or wildfire, with foresight and pre-planning, coupled with often the unique ability to monitor the event before disaster strikes, you can mitigate the effects. What tools and response capabilities have you built into your Emergency Response Program to support them?
An accident or serious incident on the manufacturing floor or a crisis event involving human resources or security can happen to any company. Please do not rely on your EAP alone; include a response professional into your response planning.