Our expert team works throughout the year on crisis communication and managing school, business, and event emergency preparedness programs nationwide. We seek to apply years of comparable event safety medical care delivery and equally textured years of diverse incident management, including bomb-threats, active shooters, and regional emergencies to every event. Whether through event safety consulting, risk management, a simple risk assessment or a full blow event safety program, we're ready to share our expertise with you.
Each venue and event we oversee has a highly effective safety plan in place to support a single heart attack or manage a large-scale emergency. Our collaboration involves operations team trainings and drills, Tabletops, and detailed coursework. In addition, we offer crisis Tabletops at several key points throughout the year to facilitate and engage team members in managing a large-scale emergency.
It's a great way to get a sense for who we are and the strength of our programs.
Whenever I contacted JES to schedule an event, whether
byphone or email, they always replied promptly and professionally, and were clear on what services would be provided. JES’s rates were always competitive with other comparable vendors. Contracts were drawn up immediately and sent via email, which worked perfectly for our organization. The EMTs that JES sent to our horse shows always arrived early or on time, and regularly went above and beyond their basic duties, sometimes even helping our show staff with running the horse show. When it came time to collect payment, JES was always present patient in working with our often - slow (University-paced) processing time.
There were a few times that I can recall when an EMT was
needed ona day’s notice (or less). In each instance, despite the extremely short notice, JES was always able to come through for us with an EMT for our event.
I can recommend Joffe Emergency Services without any reservations. They have been a pleasure to work with and have met and exceeded all of our expectations.
-Jen Hallett, Advisor Intercollegiate Horse Show Association