The first step in implementing your ESCAPE training is a site assessment. While you can elect to schedule training without the assessment, this component ensures you receive a program tailored to your facility to best meet your specific needs.
What is Included in a Site Assessment?
A typical assessment is a one day visit to your site. Prior to the visit, you should assign one or more staff members to meet with the assessor. Your staff should be familiar with your campus including the locations and purposes of all buildings, and have a good general knowledge of your operations and staffing. Ideally, these same staff members will continue to work with the ESCAPE team throughout the assessment and training program.
The goal of the assessment is to review your current physical infrastructure, workflow, and policies and procedures. The assessor will be looking for vulnerabilities as well as positive assets in your facilities. Armed with this information, he will be able to make recommendations for improvements and tailor the training sessions to fit your organization.
What is being Assessed?
Physical Infrastructure – assessment of your buildings, offices, conference rooms, etc.
Policies and Procedures
Once the assessment visit is completed, you will be provided a report with recommendations on training your staff and suggestions for improvements within your infrastructure, workflow, and policies
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