Global 7 Environmental, Health and Safety

Incident Response & Management

Incident Response & Management

Incident Response & Management

Global 7® EH&S understands that incident response, business continuity and resumption of operations are critical to an organization's success and survival.  To support these efforts, we offer planning, incident and event staffing, response personnel, emergency equipment and supplies.  We can assist with:

  • Incident Management Team (IMT) planning, training, exercising, as well as program oversight and management
  • All National Incident Management System (NIMS) Incident Command System (ICS) All-Hazards Position Specific training courses
  • O-305 All Hazards Incident Management Team training course
  • Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP) compliant exercises including: Drills, Games, Workshops, Seminars, Tabletop, Functional and Full Scale
  • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) compliant planning, training and exercises
  • All Hazards Emergency Planning
  • Hospital Incident Command System (HICS)
  • Airport Emergency Plans (AEP)
  • All Hazards Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP) and Continuity of Governmental Plans (OG) 
  • Business Continuity Plans
  • Special Event Plans (fairs, rodeos, employee events, political visits, sporting events, etc.)
  • Critical Infrastructure planning and support
  • After Action Report (AAR) Improvement Plan (IP) creation for post-exercise or post-incident

Our team includes current practitioners from multiple disciplines including emergency management, law enforcement, fire, emergency medical services, public works, hazardous materials, government, aviation, public health and the private sector.  We have hundreds of years of combined experience in incident planning, emergency response and exercise design, development, implementation, control, and evaluation.  We have exercised dozens of scenarios including but not limited to:  active shooter in an airport, fallen aircraft, pandemic influenza, Level 1 Trauma Center hospital response, bomb squad, aircraft rescue firefighting (ARFF) and the evacuation of High Consequence Infectious Disease patients.  These exercises involve dozens to hundreds of participants from multiple federal, state, local, private sector and non-governmental organizations.