What is pre-planning?

What is Pre-Planning?

Back in April, I wrote about the purpose of a “pre-accident plan.”  Before an accident?  Defies reason.  You can’t plan for an accident, otherwise it’s not an accident.  Sort of “accidently on purpose.” Every discipline has its own unique terms often borrowed from somewhere else, but if there’s one word that spans every profession and industry, it’s “plan.” 

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LE Pre-Planning, Part 2: The Components of a Pre-Accident Plan

What are the major components of a pre-accident plan?   As discussed in LE Pre-Planning, Part 1, a pre-accident plan is important for public safety agencies, government organizations, schools and private companies alike. In the unimaginable occurrence of a critical incident, such as an active shooter scene, a pre-accident plan can be the difference between …

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What is the purpose of a pre-accident plan?

LE Pre-Planning, Part 1: What is the Purpose of a Pre-accident Plan?

What is the purpose of a pre-accident plan? How can you prepare for the unthinkable?   These days, the term, “active shooter,” is far too commonplace. For first responders, the term “active shooter” can mean a potential threat to their survival. First responders better their chances of survival by continually exploring ways to prepare for …

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OSCR for Fire Q&A: What do Arson Investigators Look for during an Investigation?

In this blog series, OSCR Edu-Techie, Carmella sits down with her father, Lou Giancursio, a former Rochester City Firefighter with over 20 years of experience. Giancursio answers some key questions around pre-planning and emergency management, outlining what do arson investigators look for during a fire investigation.   Q: What do arson investigators look for during …

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