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:
Consulting

  • 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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EMAG 2022 Conference Recap

Our team attended the 2022 Emergency Management Summit and Training Sessions hosted by the Emergency Management Association of Georgia. The conference was from April 13 to April 15 in Savannah

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Student Spotlight: Hope Grismer

CURO Research Assistantship awarded to IDM Undergraduate  Hope Grismer is an Institute for Disaster Management (IDM) student who is passionate about looking at the complex effects that geographical and sociodemographic

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Leveraging social media during a disaster

New framework can help local emergency managers get the word out During a disaster, many people turn to social media seeking information. But communicating during disasters is challenging, especially using an