Emergency Evacuation Resources, Devices and Articles


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.

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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.  

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The 2 Evacuation Rules Responders Must Know

Each year, somewhere in our viewing area, we see a similar story play out: “Mass flooding forces mass evacuations”“Tornado destroys homes, residents have nowhere to go” The media usually has a narrative: ‘people are in danger and need to be evacuated!’ But sometimes the media has a different narrative: ‘people are being forced to evacuate […]

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SITREP Your Way to Greater Success

Ever experience this? Question: “Hi, Honey, welcome home. Please tell me about your day?” Reply: “It was fine. The boss was in a grumpy mood. Had lunch with the team at work. Closed the Penske sale. Planned a big conference call for tomorrow. How about your day?” Sounds like a 1950’s sitcom, right? Perhaps. But […]

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How Leaders Quickly & Effectively Improve 2-way Communication

Are you a responder who wants to transform from a good communicator to a great communicator? Great response leaders are defined by several traits … with “great communicator” being near the top of the list. True … but communicating information is also a 2-way street. The listener must also reply in a comprehensive way for […]

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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 […]

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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 […]




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