Be prepared in our building
At Shorenstein, we know the importance of being prepared for the unexpected. We've invested in your safety with training videos and other resources that will help you be the most prepared in the event of an emergency in our building. We’re consistently evaluating and updating this information, as necessary. We are happy to address any questions or concerns, so please always feel free to reach out to your property manager.
Be prepared at your company
We’ve curated resources to help your company craft or augment its own individualized emergency response plan and personal preparedness. It is our hope that this information makes the planning process less overwhelming and more productive.
make a plan
Make a plan with active participation and commitment from your company’s management team and staff, tailor it to your specific workplace environment, and practice this plan regularly with your employees.
Here are some resources for crafting your emergency response plan:
emergency response & resources
For quick to find references, we’ve categorized emergencies for different responses to each situation.
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exercises for disaster response
The best way to be prepared for a disaster is to test and validate your plans, procedures, and capabilities. Here are resources that provide exercises that tests the effectiveness of your plan and identify its gaps, weaknesses, and strengths.
Learn how to prepare for emergencies at home, in your car, or anywhere else you, your family, and pets spend time. Here are some resources and tools you can use to ensure that everyone has the supplies and strategies in place to be as comfortable and safe as possible in any situation.
emergency kits & supplies
Emergency response agencies recommend having an emergency kit prepared in advance of an emergency, with supplies that will last for a minimum period of 72 hours. Below is a list of companies that provide pre-assembled kits as well as supplies sold individually to allow the user to assemble and individualize kits:
Many local municipalities and governments have alert messaging systems to provide citizens with important emergency alerts or other updates. The sooner you get information, the more quickly you can implement your emergency response plans. Listed below are some of the many emergency response tools and alert systems available.
WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic on March 11, 2020. We’ve assembled official guidelines and external resources you may implement for your offices, businesses, employees, and families: