Exercises and Training
Be Prepared for Any Emergency
We recognize that organizations have a continuing need to prepare for emergencies. This means not only maintaining a state of readiness but also to continually be testing and improving the tools, procedures and skill sets that might be needed in all aspects of your organization’s response.
GER provides emergency planning and preparedness exercises and training designed to meet Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) guidelines.
We draw from the many years of experience of a distinguished and experienced group of emergency experts; including physicians, paramedics and firefighters, and specialists in the fields of public health, disaster medicine and continuity of operations.
We Help Prepare Your Team For Any Scenario
Types of Training and Exercises Provided
Discussion-based tools used to develop plans or procedures, or make changes in existing ones, and assess operational awareness.
Also discussion-based, but with emphasis on participant involvement and a specific goal.
Operational simulations between competing teams, designed to explore the consequences of actions in response to a hypothetical event.
Structured supervised activities, designed to assess the implementation of a specific policy, procedure or function within an organization
Highly interactive discussion-based programs built around a hypothetical scenario – especially effective for enhancing awareness, validating plans, and assessing strengths, weaknesses and response capability.
Our most comprehensive exercise and training offerings, these multi-disciplinary operations use multiple specialists to assess an organization’s plans, policies, procedures and personnel, as they make their way through a series of scripted but unpredictable events surrounding a plausible major incident.