KGH’s integrated team of experts offer a comprehensive Preparedness Review that supports organizations in preventing, preparing for, and mitigating across hazards and threats. KGH guides organizations through the myriad of security, emergency, and safety plans with a methodological process that ensures compliance with government regulations and industry standards and requirements. The KGH team performs Preparedness Reviews through a risk-based framework that helps organizations focus on their highest risk areas and identifies gaps, or vulnerabilities, in current policies, plans, procedures, and training programs. The KGH team then provides recommendations (e.g. training, technology, policies) to fill the identified gaps and guides the organization in prioritizing those recommendations based on the greatest potential for risk reduction and compliance. This holistic, multi-step process is tailored to meet the needs and unique conditions of each organization, which includes an awareness of operational needs and organizational culture. When paired with a training offering, the Preparedness Review informs the training and scenarios with tailored content used to maximize effectiveness and meet organizational needs.
KGH employs a four-prong approach to the Preparedness Without Paranoia ® Review: an off-site document review of plans, policies, and procedures; a site visit to walk the grounds and see the security in place; a series of engagement sessions with specific groups (first responders, management, employees); and the development of a training plan and recommendations for identified gaps. While the underlying structure and standards used for each Preparedness Review are the same, each assessment is highly customized and dependent on the organization and site or campus under review. Please email email@example.com for additional information on the review process and to discuss the scale of the effort for pricing information. Click Here for More Information.
KGH recognizes that businesses need flexibility now more than ever. However, safety and security requirements are still top priorities. We are able to provide remote reviews to keep your business compliant no matter the challenges. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mr. Barry Neulen recently served as the Executive Director of the Emergency Communications Center for Albemarle County, the University of Virginia, and the City of Charlottesville.
Mr. Richard Swengros is a retired Army Military Police Colonel who then served as a Senior Executive in the Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Strickland is a Physical Security practitioner with over 20 years of both federal civilian and private sector experience.
As a White House Fellow assigned to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Dennis worked on security review of the White House and Department of Defense domestic terrorism capabilities.
Michael A. Crane is an Illinois licensed attorney and private detective. He specializes in conducting security and behavioral threat assessments, training in workplace vio-lence prevention, and active shooter response.
Ms. Shawn Dyball is a Senior Instructor for Kiernan Group Holdings, Inc. Ms. Dyball retired at the rank of Investigator from the Orange County (California) Sheriff's Department (OCSD) after 32 years of service.