Ron Wells Consulting

Family Safety and Mitigation Disaster Planning

Risk, Crisis and Emergency Management Consultant for home, church, group, schools and business

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neighborhoods, friends, and family for disasters like hurricanes,

 earthquakes, tornadoes and pandemic outbreaks!
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Community                School Bus Drivers
Schools, Preschools and Daycares

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About Us

Give Back To Your Community!
Save Lives!

Prepare your neighborhoods, friends, and family for disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes and pandemic outbreaks!
Local Business            Individuals and Families
Community                School Bus Drivers
Schools, Preschools and Daycares

Ron Wells is a specialist in disaster protection planning for home, church, group, public and private sectors.  He provides peace of mind for you.  Ron Wells Consulting can assist with disaster planning by getting you the supplies, equipment and training you need to safely go through any wide spread or long term disruption.

Recent Meetings and Activity:  Indianapolis Star article from the Vincennes University was conducted by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at http://www.indystar.com

News from the Government from http://www.whitehouse.gov/infocus/pandemicflu/

The Importance Of Preparedness By Individuals, Communities, And The Private Sector

Individuals Must Actively Participate. Simple infection-control measures including hand washing and staying home when ill are critical. Individuals should actively participate in their communities' responses.

State And Local Governments Must Prepare. Pandemics are global events, but individual communities experience pandemics as local events. State and local governments, with clear guidance from the Federal Government, should be prepared to implement community-wide measures, such as school closures and suspension of public gatherings, to halt the spread of disease.

The Private Sector Must Prepare. The private sector, with targeted and timely guidance from the Federal Government, should develop plans to provide essential services even in the face of sustained and significant absenteeism. Businesses should also integrate their planning into their communities' planning.

Is your company ready for a disaster?

We all know that if your employee is overly concerned for the welfare of his/her family in a time of disaster, chances are they will not be at work.  Switches still need to be pulled, computers monitored, children and patients cared for, and money dispersed.  How can these services continue to function properly with a greatly reduced work force?  Employee absenteeism, due to a wide spread event, can be devastating to your business and community.  When business as usual has been seriously disrupted, social confidence can break down.  Community perception of how well your organization performs in the first few hours, days and weeks during a serious event, reflects directly upon management's mitigate foresight and recovery ability.  A positive community perception may not only retain you client base, but may help it to increase.  On the other hand, a negative community perception can only have adverse effects.

Do you need help with the pandemic planning?

Reduce employee absenteeism in a time of disaster

Is your family prepared to "take care" of itself in an emergency?

Do we depend on FEMA and the Red Cross too much?  What will your family do if there is a large earthquake in the area?  What happens if a pandemic disease is spreading throughout the region?  How do you plan to keep your family safe?  Do you have a plan for food storage, heating or safe drinking water?  What if the power is out for more than a week?

Be your family's "first responder" by attending a

MAPS workshop  and Full Family Service

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Types of Disasters or Hazards

        Natural Disasters: 

bulletEarthquake
bulletTornado
bulletFire
bulletFlood
bulletPandemic. etc..

Social Hazards

bulletTerrorism (international and domestic)
bulletHome, school and workplace violence, bomb threats, suspicious packages or envelopes, etc..
bulletWhat you should know and how to react

Technological Hazards

bulletHazardous materials (HazMat)
bulletBiological
bulletNuclear
bulletIncendiary
bulletChemical and Explosive (B-NICE) weapons
bulletProtective procedures pertaining to contagion, contamination, prevention and isolation

Contact Information

Telephone
1-812-858-7071
Postal address
P.O Box 2204
        Evansville, IN  47728
E-mail
General Information: ronwells@ronwellsconsulting.com
 

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