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BERT – Emergency Communications & Management  

(714) 838-2923 ~ (844) 808-3834 

 

CLICK:  Affordable. Customizeable. Scalable. Contact us – we can make a difference!

What is BERT?

BERT is a robust online and ongoing risk management tools & training program that incorporates FEMA/ICS with OSHA/IIPP (Injury Illness Protection Program) requirements to enhance a culture of safety in any organization.  It incorporates three distinct phases of any emergency, Preparation – Incident Management – Recovery, into the facility.

Our clients include the employees of public agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations. Most-recently 19 businesses and agencies were trained in the island country of Anguilla.  We train Businesses’ OSHA Safety Compliance teams at their various facilities, and we also train staff and volunteers at senior residential communities.   A key part of BERT training includes incident communication tools using a state-of-the-art mobile phone APP.  For more detailed information see Capability tab above (or click <here>)

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Our Customizeable Courses

Below are retail classes – visit RFP for a multi-student proposal or easier still, contact us at (877) 808-3834 x4

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October 19, 2017, 8:00am - October 19, 2017, 11:45am

FEATURING - City of Irvine Emergency Management Administrator – Robert Simmons - Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s Office of Emergency Management - Donna Boston, - Director National Gua...

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