For the business sector there are several hazards that can threaten the safety of people and business continuity; Against this, it is necessary to formulate emergency prevention, action and contingency plans such as evacuation plans, as well as practices for their proper implementation. The first step is to carry out an assessment of the risks that may exist and to stop or slow down the regular daily operations, to then create action plans in the event of such emergencies.
It is especially sensitive to emergency situations that immediately threaten the well-being and safety of the people there (such as fires, acts of nature, etc.) and which often cause collective panic, making it difficult to implement the plans previously Established, designed for the protection and guidance of the affected public.
Staff training, as well as the execution of security drills, are highly effective in assigning the appropriate personnel to act in an emergency, assigning them the compliance with established protocols, be they immediate response to emergencies, communication and coordination with External emergency services, coordination of evacuation plans or start with business continuity plans.