prepare, cope and rehabilitate
Preparations, drills and implementations for nuclear self-defenseD) Analyzing risk assessment:
Process to analyze nuclear risk considering existing levels of risk in specific areas versus investment needed to cope with an expected threat. Analyzing risk levels enabling senior executives to make decisions regarding appropriate levels of investment and budgetary needs to cope. The ONDM team extensively examines every relevant aspect of live, and produces a professional research document about the level and types of risks in your area. This document is the basis for the specific level of readiness a client requires in defined territiry.
Relying on the risk assessment document, the ONDM team builds a readiness program suitable for the level of risk in your area. The key advantage of the preparation document is that it is an accurate and optimal response to the reality in your area, taking into consideration budgets determined by clients and a significant reduction in risk taking. This document includes instructions, recommendations, guidelines and operational plans to prepare for a nuclear incident, covering all existing aspects.
The ONDM team of experts operate on the ground to put the document into action and test its suitability and readiness for an emergency.
G) Event management document:
The team of experts will construct an infrastructure for the Operational Nuclear Defense Model, a list of actions, procedures and operating instruction in case of real event. Event management is based on accumulated experience from previous incidents around the world and implements the insights, conclusions and practical experience of experts, corresponding with your unique conditions. Hence, optimal, methodical and professional management of a genuine event!
According to reasonable scenarios in your area, the ONDM team will build drills simulating nuclear incidents. These drills will assess the organization`s readiness for an event, including a conclusions document.
Methodical and professional actions constructed in advance corresponding to reasonable scenarios in your area for rehabilitation after a nuclear incident. The ONDM team builds an optimal rehabilitation plan with instructions for various time spans including actions and distributing resources. The advantage of this document is to provide a rapid and managed response to solve problems and rebuild protection. The document includes instructions, recommendations, guidelines and operational plans for all existing aspects of rehabilitation after a nuclear incident.
Regular actions that should be carried out so as to maintain levels of appropriate readiness, written according to predetermined demands. The document includes keeping up-to-date, changing role holders and keeping a finger on the pulse.
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