Did you know 40-50% of businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster?
The next disaster might be just around the corner.
Prepare your business and get BERT Certified.
Don’t miss this exclusive, first-of-its kind training in Riverside County designed specifically for with the business community.
All workshops are FREE to attend, but spaces are limited. RSVP Today! Get a free Disaster Kit with your completion.
Each unit can be taken as a standalone course, but together forms a comprehensive training. Attendees that complete all six (6) units will be presented with a certificate of completion.
Unit 1 – Disaster Business Operations – April 10, 2019 – 9-11am
• Gain basic knowledge of emergency response system
• Identify hazards specific to our community
• Apply these skills through a tabletop exercise
Unit 2 – Employee Preparedness – June 12, 2019 – 9-11am
• Identify who is responsible for employee preparedness
• Create an emergency kit
• Learn Hands-Only CPR
Unit 3 – Fire Safety and Utility Awareness – June 19, 2019 – 9-11am
• Develop awareness of fire protection equipment
• Understand fire safety in the workplace
• Use a fire extinguisher (live fire training)
• Learn about utility controls from utility agency representative
Unit 4 – Emergency Operations and Business Continuity Plans – August 14, 2019 – 9-11am
• Basic framework, including templates, for Emergency Operations/Business Plans
• Network and collaborate on planning needs
• Identify hazards and resources for continuing business operations following a disaster
Unit 5 – Disaster Planning – October 2, 2019 – 9-11am
• Introduction on exercise design
• Learn how to implement emergency plans
• Demonstrate how to complete a disaster exercise
• Gather resources to ensure businesses succeed in exercising their emergency plan
Unit 6 – Terrorism/Crime & Safety Awareness – December 18, 2019 – 9-11am
• Identify potential terrorist targets
• Assess terrorism risk as well as eight signs of terrorism
• Learn tips and strategies to prevent your business and employees from becoming victims of crime.