Emergency Management

The Meridian Response Services team includes up to 65 immediately available, highly qualified incident management professionals, with surge capabilities well more than 100.  We have Incident Commanders, Operations Section Chiefs, Planning Section Chiefs, and Logistics Section Chiefs.  Our personnel have vast experience in Public Information, Government Liaison, and Safety Officers qualified or experienced up to and including Type 1.  In short, we have the personnel to meet your incident management needs.  Most our incident and emergency management professionals served in our nation’s largest incidents including:

  • Hurricane Katrina,
  • BP Macondo,
  • Marshall, MI, and
  • Exxon Valdez.

Our response teams are geographically and strategically located to enable response personnel to be on scene within just a few short hours in almost all cases.  Our emergency on call personnel are available 24/7/365.  That means when you call, a response professional will be on the other end.

Our instructors are not simply talking heads.  Our instructors have a minimum of 15 years’ experience in the fields they conduct classes in.  We also offer a wide range of drill and exercise programs to meet your organization’s preparation and training needs.

RESPONSE DRILLS & EXERCISES

–  IMT/SMT partial team augmentation

–  IMT/SMT full team deployment

–  Qualified Individuals

– Operations/Planning/Finance/
Auditing/Documentation

–  Government Liaison/Public Information/Safety

–  GIS and trajectories

–  Tabletops emphasizing Training/Coaching

–  Tabletops of various intensity and scope

–  Worst Case Scenario Equipment Deployment

–  Homeland Security/MTSA/HSEEP

–  National Preparedness for Response Exercise Program (NPREP)

–  IMT/SMT/QI drills and exercises

–  Comprehensive multi-day exercises

PLANS PREPARATION TRAINING

–  Integrated Contingency Plans

–  Emergency Response Action Plans

–  Facility and Vessel Response Plans

–  Tactical Plans

–  Vessel and Facility Response Plans

–  Integrity Management Plans

–  Hazardous Waste Contingency Plans

–  Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans

–  Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans

–  Oil Discharge and Prevention Contingency Plans

–  Operations Manuals (docks, pipelines, platforms)

–  NIMS ICS 100b/200b, ICS 300, 320, 400, 410, 420, 440, Executive Level and Section Specific

–  HAZWOPER (8HR Refreshers)

–  USCG, EPA, BSEE, and DOT Qualified Individual

–  IMDG Code and 49 CFR Hazmat Transportation

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