Depending on the specific requirement Tundra’s Emergency Management services are delivered either by Tundra as an advisory service or through ERI Canada, a Canadian emergency management and training consultancy with a 20 year history of providing custom assessment, planning and training services internationally, which joined Tundra through acquisition in 2012.
Tundra recognizes the need and benefit of providing distinctive services based upon each organization’s size and culture. Although the principles are consistent a small business or single department within a small town requires a different set of emergency management tools from a large multi-national or city, and there are differences in needs and objectives between public sector organization, commercial and non-governmental organizations. Our first step is therefore to understand the customer organization and its goals before structuring an appropriate plan, training, and exercise program that will assist it to prepare, mitigate, respond, and recover from natural, technological, or human-caused incidents and disasters within a given budget and time frame, ensuring that key goals such as Recovery Time Objectives and continuity are addressed.
Our services include assistance with business impact analysis, development of a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans (CEMP), reviews of procedural annexes and manuals, full-scale multi-venue exercises, table-top exercises, advanced multi-day Emergency Operation Center (EOC) training, and Incident Command System (ICS) training.
We have consulted and instructed in Canada and internationally and have earned a reputation for providing some of the most relevant and current material for emergency management, leveraging industry best practices.
We are capable of delivering training at our customers chosen locations across Canada or hosting courses at our own facility in Clearview, Ontario.