By Chris Laibe, CEO
Emergency Response requires Continuous Improvement. Here's how to apply it to mustering
Our professional lives at inFRONT are spent in conversation with refineries and chemical plants about the importance of continuous improvement in Emergency Response. In the process, we encounter facilities and emergency responder teams in varying states of readiness. Despite their differences, we engage with them in achieving the same goal: continuous improvement in Emergency Response.
Some sites are just getting started. Their drills are disorganized and they may not ever reach full accountability of staff on site. Others are able to gather data but rarely get to a point where they have actionable data. Then, there are some who have a solid process but don't have the tools they need to manage the incident and analyze it after it's over.