The UGA Institute for Disaster Management also offers customized consulting services for organizations seeking assistance with a variety of essential functions. Below are some things we can assist with:

  • Climate change and hazard impact assessments
  • Conducting disaster exercises (partial or full turnkey services)
  • Creation of After Action Reviews (AAR’s) and Improvement Plans for critical incidents / disasters
  • Creation of After Action Reviews (AAR’s) and Improvement Plans for disaster exercises
  • Design and support of emergency preparedness systems and programs
  • Disaster exercise design / planning / evaluation support
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS) systems design and consultation
  • Emergency medicine (pre-hospital and in-hospital) systems design and training consultation
  • Emergency preparedness training consultations
  • Geographic information systems (GIS) mapping and consultation
  • Incident command / crisis-management planning support, evaluation, and support services
  • Mass casualty / mass-violence response preparedness consultation
  • Mitigation and adaptation planning for communities and organizations
  • Organizational emergency preparedness consultation and program evaluation
  • Safety consultation and support for disaster exercises
  • Specifically-targeted consultation related to disaster-planning / response activities or programs
  • Support and services for organizational disaster / emergency / contingency planning activities
  • Public health preparedness consultation

Please feel free to contact us for more questions or to get a custom plan today.


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