Emergency services resilience practice
There is no room for error in the delivery of emergency services. They simply have to work when we need them to. Life, property and community economic viability depend on it. But many emergency service arrangements have not been adjusted to the changing reality of the communities they serve.
Communities have grown, land use and economic activities have changed, industrial materials are moving on transit corridors they did not previously use and of course climate change effects are occurring. Any number and combination of changes can reduce the initially planned effect of emergency services and render the assumptions about their performance during disruptive events irrelevant.
RiskLogik audits Emergency Service coverage to determine if service response times and service level expectations can be met currently and in the future growth context.
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