Mobile access towers
Mobile access towers are sometimes used in places of worship, for access to carry out maintenance and other tasks at height. However, they can pose a significant risk of injury if they are not used properly.
An emergency plan is an important feature to support recovery from a major event such as fire, flood or terrorism attack.
Many organisations suffer a serious disruption every year. An adverse event such as a fire, flood, storm or loss of IT can occur with minimal warning but affect greatly the mission and planned activities of a church.
Those churches that plan for such eventualities, identifying potential threats to the services and activities they offer, and the actions required should an adverse event occur, are much better placed to be able to resume normal activities at the earliest opportunity.
Our guidance will help you understand the key elements of an emergency plan so that you can develop your own.
This simple approach will help you: