There are a large variety of groups, companies and sectors (primary, secondary, private, public, ec.), Which, depending on their line of work and production, are structured and regulated in different ways; However, something in which all sectors are similar, is in the emergency plans that have to be designed and implemented to protect the safety of its workers, their clientele and ensure the continuity of their business.
In all activities, the first step to follow is the analysis of the specific risks of their work, as well as the consideration of risks and disasters that suddenly affect the activity. Once the risks and threats are analyzed and considered, it is essential to draw up action plans and protocols for each and every one of the possible emergencies detected, and to contemplate the necessary preparation of the elements and personnel involved in their development and compliance.
The control of risks and threats (Economic, Technological, Mechanical, Structural, Criminals, Climatic, etc.) and the effective communication of information in emergency situations are key when executing the Action Plans of these sectors.