Services

The experts at Midwest Emergency Planning Services can provide you with the following services.  If there’s something with which you need help, but you don’t see listed below, drop us a line and let us know what it is — if we can’t help, we may be able to find someone who can.

Most recently:  MEPS is teaching the WEM Course G 197 in January and April on Emergency Management and Special Populations

Emergency Management Plan Writing

  • Designing plans to accommodate the people in your community with disabilites and special needs.
  • Providing insight and information on modern best practices for special populations planning.
  • Our consultants can work directly with long-term care facilities, nursing homes and assisted living providers to ready them for emergencies and disasters and integrate their plans with county emergency management.
  • Emergency plan writing for your municipality.
  • Animal response plan writing.
  • Review of your EPCRA plans prior to submission.
  • Establishing a Medical Reserve Corps.

Continuity of Operations Planning 

  • Writing continuity of operations plans (COOP) for local government, private industry (small and large), businesses and schools.
  • Creating emergency plans for businesses, cities, towns, villages and neighborhoods.
  • Designing plans to accommodate the people in your community with disabilites and special needs.
  • Educating and training your care givers to assist during emergencies and disasters.
  • COOP planning for community based organizations and nonprofit service organizations is our specialty.

Conducting Exercises

  • Conducting tabletop exercises, including exercise design, facilitation, and After Action Reports (AARs)
  • Presentations, workshops and seminars on emergency management practices.
  • Exercise lessons learned based on the needs of your city, organization or neighborhood.

Community Outreach and Personal Preparedness

  • Helping neighborhood groups and associations plan their response and recovery efforts, including light search and rescue, first aid and shelter operations.
  • Helping individuals and families with light behavior modifications so that preparedness is routine.

Networking with County and Community Leaders

  • Assisting with website content and maintenance as it relates to emergency preparedness.
  • Conducting community preparedness meetings with pre-arranged agendas, coordination and invitations.
  • Presentations, workshops and seminars on emergency management practices.

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