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Emergency Planning
By definition, an emergency is a serious or dangerous situation that is unexpected, but that doesn&rsquo;t mean you can&rsquo;t plan for emergencies. Start by identifying the probable situations your church or school could face, including natural disasters and man-made emergencies. Next, develop a response plan you can activate quickly.<br /> <br /> Having a plan before an emergency happens is only the first step. Communicating your plan with the church or school community and practicing your emergency plan is critical for success when a real emergency hits.<br /> &nbsp;
Downloadable Infosheets
Be Flood Ready
What to Do in an Active Shooter Situation
Emergency Response Team
Earthquake Preparation
Firearms on Church Property
Active Shooter Safety Kit
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Solution Articles
Does Your Church Hold Safety Drills?
5/10/2022
Hospitality vs Hostile Intent
3/1/2022
Fire Safety
9/28/2021
Preparation and Planning: <br/> The Secret to Safe Activities
2/16/2021
Emergency Planning Tools and Techniques
9/29/2020
4 Steps to Security at your Church
9/1/2020
Preparing for Hurricane Season
8/4/2020
Turn the Unexpected into the Expected—One Drill at a Time
9/3/2019
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Webinars And Videos
Getting Started with Emergency Planning
Join David Fournier, chief client care officer for Adventist Risk Management, Inc., in this webinar to learn how to get started with emergency planning and what your ministry should include in the plan.
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