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Disaster & Emergency Management

Natural disasters, terrorist attacks, school shootings and the unknown are enough to drive the average person insane with fear of the world, but with a proper disaster and emergency management program (preparedness, response and recovery) backed by FEMA and academic experts as best practices these moments become manageable.

No one in the world can accurately predict the way a flood is going to occur every single time, nor can we predict which wildland fire season will be more active. Utilizing a unique Five Phase Emergency Management approach, R.E.M.C.O.R. USA goes above and beyond to assist all our clients in planning for the unknown. R.E.M.C.O.R.’s experts were trained and educated in the Bexar County EM Five-Phase mindset which separates prevention and preparedness as separate activities. This creates a critical step which pushes the planning requirements to help identify steps to take to prevent potential outcomes. Preventing a disaster is impossible but preventing the impacts of decisions choices is possible.

The credo of an Emergency Manager is to Protect Life, Stabilize the Incident, and Property Conservation. With a proper Five Phase Emergency Management Program, we can protect your future.

R.E.M.C.O.R. is the premier consulting agency for business & federal agencies in disaster and emergency management, preparedness, response & recovery

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