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The global response to the COVID-19 outbreak has increasingly become more enormous. As our communities navigate the outbreak, CONSTANT would like to provide more resources…
As we battle rising global cases of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), there have been an overwhelming amount of resources being distributed. At this time,…
For all of our current and past clients, partners, and colleagues in the emergency management field, Constant Associates would like to offer assistance and support…
Working in partnership with professionals that represent social services, mental health, Non-Governmental Organization, emergency management, law enforcement, fire, and others, CONSTANT led the development and…
The Bay Area UASI Care and Shelter Subcommittee partnered with Constant Associates (CONSTANT)to build regional capabilities for providing care and shelter services in the event…
The CDPH Executive Toolkit illuminates the importance of having a complete hospital emergency management program from the perspective of hospital executives and provides a video…
This Mass Fatality Management Guide for Healthcare Entities is designed to aid partners in the development of a detailed plan to manage a surge of…
The purpose of the Family Information Center (FIC) Planning Guide for Healthcare Entities is to support healthcare partners in the development of a detailed plan…
This template is an optional guide for small businesses to assist in identifying and prioritizing key hazards that may affect business operations, and outlines preparedness…
This Continuity Plan Template provides Non-Profit Organizations a framework for creating a viable continuity plan and focuses on the key continuity planning elements such as…
Designed both as a supplement to the workshop training and as an effective stand-alone resource, the Guide provides comprehensive pediatric-specific recommendations for hospitals experiencing a…
This innovative and award winning 15 ’til 50 Toolkit documents is designed to enable hospital staff to receive a surge of 50 or more patients…