Church Emergency Response Plan
Free Church Emergency Response Plan (Action and Recovery) below to download...
The Emergency Action Plan and Recovery Plan below has 28 pages that is essential for successfully minimizing any
adverse effects of an emergency or disaster on a religious organization and its
operations. Emergencies and disasters can take many forms, including physical
perils, work accidents, or deliberate acts of terrorism or sabotage.
The Emergency Disaster Plan has action and recovery plans that have been designed to overview the key
elements that should be followed to help reduce the impact of an emergency or
disaster at your church.
The Church Emergency Action and Recovery Plan has numerous information on emergency responses and also many emergency response forms for:
- Emergency Telephone Numbers
- Medical Emergency
- Severe Weather/Tornado
- Natural Disasters
- Menacing Person/Weapons Threat
- Church Closing
- Media Communications
- Harassing Obscene Telephone Calls
- Bomb Threat
- Domestic Situation
- Recovery Profile
- Trustees with Financial Authorization Approval
- Insurance Information
- Building Contractors
- Primary Building Statistics
- Priority Areas
- Secured Area
- Furniture and Fixtures
- Electronics Audio Visual
- Computer - Electronics - Audio Visual
- Valuable Document, Book and Record Protection
- Valuable Contents
- Antiques - Artwork - Collectibles
Always be sure that you have the proper fire extinguishers, lighted exit signs, first aide kits, emergency survival kits, etc. for any of the unexpected events of an emergency or disaster in your church or organization.
In the unexpected event of a fire in your church, does your church administrative staff or employees know what to do? Do you have fire drills? If yes, how often? This is definitely something that no one wants to ever think about, but we need to be prepared for the unexpected. This plan covers how to evaluate your building for type of construction, heating system, fire exits, evacuation routes, elevators, smoke barrier system (e.g., fire doors, utility chases), detection devices (e.g., heat, smoke or flame detectors, local or central station system).
You need to know the location of your fire resources in your area. A fire evacuation diagram for each building
should be developed containing all of the above items. This diagram should be
posted throughout the building in visible prominent locations. Know your occupants (Preschool, Sunday School, etc.) and your action plan by downloading the plan below.
Click on the link to download the emergency plan for responding form or plan below:
Church Emergency Action and Recovery Response Plan
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