Is Your Business Ready For Anything?

Did You Know?

1. The Southeastern United States is at risk for every type of natural disaster except volcanos.

2. OSHA requires all businesses with 10 or more employees to have an emergency plan.

3. Healthcare providers and suppliers are subject to new Federal requirements mandating comprehensive emergency planning, preparation and training.

4. The Department of Homeland Security encourages every business to have an emergency plan, and provides formal recognition of businesses whose processes conform to recognized standards for disaster and emergency preparedness and business continuity.

5. Crisis Management and Crisis Communications are increasingly important skills for business leaders.

We Can Help You Prepare

Fury Security Consulting is dedicated to helping individuals and businesses maximize their resilience. Emergency planning and training is more than bureaucratic paperwork; it's the right thing to do for your employees, your customers, and yourself.


If you wait until an emergency to start planning, your response will be ineffective at best, and dangerous at worst. The time to get prepared is before a threat is on the horizon.

As a business owner, the safety of everyone on your premises is your responsibility.

As an individual, your family's safety depends on how ready you are to respond effectively to both natural disasters and man-made hazards.


Inside the World Trade Center on 9/11, most people didn't panic; they deliberated, trying to figure out what to do. That uncertainty cost lives.

If you want to be able to function effectively in a crisis situation, you need to have already learned the actions to take.

Just like school fire drills, repeated practice teaches you how to respond promptly and appropriately to emergencies.


The ability to communicate effectively during difficult situations is a vital business skill, especially for anyone who might be approached by journalists for comment.

Our interactive media training workshops help you develop the strategies and tactics you'll need to protect your business and your career in a crisis.

Best of all, these same techniques are broadly applicable to non-emergency business communication!

It's Easier Than You Think!

Looking at the list of guidelines on can be overwhelming. Let us guide you through the process of developing, exercising and maintaining a comprehensive safety plan for your business.

Call 843-970-2511 or email for a complimentary, no-obligation consultation.