Emergency EvacuationWhether evacuating yourself or executing an emergency evacuation of others, we must always focus on one, critical criteria first:

“We must move from a bad place to a better place.”

Easy to say.  Harder to do.

That’s why I’ve assembled a list of 7 Best Practices from leading experts on what to do before you actually evacuate your facility.

Click the button below to receive your free report on the “7 Things to Do Before Evacuating Your Facility”. [Note:  if you’ve already received this report, the button may not appear … so carry on!]

Download Now

For hospitals, senior care facilities, schools and businesses, evacuating people falls into two categories:

  1. People that can evacuate under their own power.
  2. People that are immobile and need assistance in evacuating.

For the latter,  I’m proud to offer a versatile selection of emergency evacuation devices to help move immobile people from a bad place to a better place.  

Current selection can be found at the bottom.



In addition to Evacuation Devices, there are other concerns about the regulatory concerns, implementation issues, training considerations, mass care and mass evacuation complications and a myriad of other evacuation related topics.

To stay current, informed and empowered subscribe to my Emergency Evacuation email list.  You’ll join other practitioners in receiving updates, innovative resources and exclusive offers. You can unsubscribe at any time.

THANKS for already being a valued subscriber!

Your emergency evacuation device solutions are below.  If there’s another item or quantity that you’re needing, let me know and I’ll try to track it down for you … even if it’s with a competitor.

Contact Me


Unfortunately, interoperability is a myth

Interoperability? The concept refers to disparate systems working together, sharing information, etc. Except that it’s all a myth. Like the Sasquatch, healthy Girl Scout cookies and honest politicians. Pure fiction. There’s even standing government committee’s that have been pursuing this fictional condition for years (and lots of our money spent!)! EXAMPLE: In November 2016 there […]

Posted in EVACUATION, RESPONSE | 2 Comments

Stop Micromanaging, Start Communicating

‘Communicating via micromanagement isn’t a personality flaw; it’s a breakdown in the fundamentals of delegation.’ In the Harvard Business Review article, “Why is Micromanagement so infectious?” the authors describe some reasons why and how micromanaging can spread into an organization’s culture.  And reduce our effectiveness at communicating. One of the reason’s they cite is due to […]


Starve Fear in 3 Steps

  Fear feeds on a powerful combination of two ingredients: The incident that induces the fear (darkness, fire, snakes, falling, public speaking, etc.) The helpless feeling of not knowing how to respond to that incident. As responders, we’ve likely all been on the business end of a fear-inducing incident. However, most aren’t remembered that way […]

Posted in EVACUATION, RESPONSE | Leave a comment

Are you in CMS Compliance?

A couple of things I’m pretty sure of: The sun will set in the west. Out of 24 hours in your day, very little of it is consumed with thoughts of the who, how, when, why and where of an emergency evacuation of your facility. That’s why I strive for many of my articles to […]

Posted in EVACUATION | Leave a comment

Keeping Score: The Personal Toll of Disaster Statistics

A single death is a tragedy; a million deaths is a statistic. ~ Joseph Stalin Interesting quote from a man who was best known for his “purging” of all non-Russian’s back in the 1930’s.  But like anybody, anywhere we can still learn something from them. In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, one of the largest storms in recorded […]

Posted in EVACUATION, RESPONSE | Leave a comment



You can also see the complete line of devices here.


For exclusive discounts and expert evacuation advice, add your name and email below to get access to my Evacuation E-Mail List:

THANKS for already being a valued subscriber!