Early Alert

Early Alert delivers solutions for your Disaster Preparedness/Crisis Management Success. Working together to build, sustain and improve your capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.

Disasters, whether natural or manmade, can happen anytime and anywhere, without warning: an earthquake, a hurricane, a tornado, a fire, a hazardous spill, a biohazard incident or even an act of terrorism or pandemic. If your business or agency were faced with an unexpected disaster, would you be totally prepared, able to respond and enjoy the capacity to recover?


At Early Alert, we make sure the answer is a resounding, “Yes”!


Early Alert delivers its products and services to public and private sector clients, as required to achieve results which conform to universally adopted Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery objectives. The direct and first-hand experience of Early Alert principles with more than fifty catastrophic events over a forty-year period, distinguishes Early Alert as the only provider of crisis, emergency, and disaster support services, whose counsel is based on practical considerations rather than prevailing theory.

Devastation costing over $1.5 trillion.

Since 1980 the United States has suffered devastating losses in excess of $1.5 trillion dollars with causes predominantly weather related.

During 2017, the U.S. experienced a historic year of weather and climate disasters. In total, the U.S. was impacted by 16 separate billion-dollar disaster events including: three tropical cyclones, eight severe storms, two inland floods, a crop freeze, drought and wildfire.


Perhaps more notably than the high frequency of these events is the cumulative cost, which exceeds $300 billion in 2017 – a new U.S.  annual record. The damage from Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria alone are responsible for approximately $265.0 billion of the $306.2 billion. Each of these destructive hurricanes now joins Katrina and Sandy, in the new top 5 costliest U.S. hurricanes on record. Additionally, earthquake losses in the United States add up to about $4.4 billion dollars annually.

Tropical Cyclones (41) - $870bn0
Droughts (26) - $241bn0
Tornado/High Wind/Hail (101) - $223bn0
Flooding (29) - $124bn0
Winter Storms (16) - $77bn0
Wildfires (16) - $54bn0
Terrorism/Civil Unrest (6) - $30bn0

Situational Awareness

24/7 monitoring for all extreme hazards including Weather, Earthquakes, Terrorism, Civil Unrest, Tsunamis & Major Transportation Incidents covering all your locations. Up-to-the-minute information, Situational Awareness for those responsible for security of complex, dynamic systems in high-risk situations.


Incident Management

We provide Incident Management Support Teams (IMST’s) to support and augment staffing for response and recovery initiatives in order to maintain continuity of operations while effectively managing an incident. IMST specific positions include: Emergency Support Function (ESFs), ICS Operations, Planning, Logistics and Finance/Admin.


Emergency Management

Early Alert specializes in covering all aspects of Emergency Management, working hand in hand with clients in both the public and private sector to ensure every effort is made to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate threats or impacts of manmade and natural disasters


All Hazard Services

Ensuring your staff are prepared to respond properly to an emergency in accordance with your disaster plan is essential to successfully weathering a crisis situation. Our all-hazard planning and training services can prepare your organization to deal effectively with emergencies or disasters arising from natural, man-made and technological hazards.


Continuity Services

Build, sustain, and improve your capability to Prepare for, Respond to, Recover from, and Mitigate all hazards. We provide comprehensive Business Resiliency Programs & Continuity Management services to ensure your critical business functions continue to operate despite serious incident or disaster interruptions.


Extreme Weather

Real-time consulting for all types of extreme weather including severe thunderstorms and tornados, inland and coastal floods, winter weather, ice storms, blizzards, wildfires, hurricanes and other tropical cyclones. Our expert analysis gives you more time to mitigate risk and manage potentially threatening and costly hazards as well as in depth Weather Forensic & Post Storm Analysis.


Are you prepared for a disaster?

According to the Association of Records Managers and Administration, about 60% of businesses that experience a major disaster such as a fire close within two years, over 40% of all companies that experience a disaster never reopen.

90% of businesses struck by data loss go out of business in two years0
40% of companies that experience a disaster never reopen0
60% of businesses that experience a major disaster close within two years0

Be prepared

Severe Disruptions can seriously harm business operations, be prepared with Early Alert’s CEMP.

The proprietary Early Alert (EA) management system referred to as the “EA CEMP, Comprehensive Emergency Management Program” is a distributed platform with four core competencies: Situational Awareness, Emergency Management, Continuity Services, and Economic Redevelopment. These functions are delivered by highly experienced and universally esteemed scientists, experts, and practitioners in their respective fields. This includes independently operated business units in London, UK, and Dublin, Ireland which comprise the core EA technology function, and the scientist/inventor of a patented device which provides highly accurate forecasts of severe weather by measuring electrical discharges in the atmosphere.

Constant State of Readiness

Operating in a constant state of readiness requires live up-to-the-minute intelligence covering all potential disruptive threats. With the Comprehensive Emergency Management Program you will be ready for every eventuality and up-to-speed on what is going on, where and with the maximum warning time possible for any business disruption event.

Rapid Response & Recovery

With Early Alert’s products and services you will have a detailed emergency response plan ready to instantly kick into action to protect all of your locations, people and assets. An immediate response with clear lines of communication with a thorough emergency plan is critical to reducing operational downtime and minimizing all potential losses.

Save Lives, Assets and Time

Every second counts. The most damage and loss of life occur between a disruption event and when a full emergency response is under way. Early Alert’s products and services ensure a constant state of readiness  with the resources and plan to respond immediately. When others are losing time and money in the throws of recovery, Early Alert clients are back up and running.

Find out more about Early Alert’s CEMP

Introducing the Intelligence Center

The Early Alert Intelligence Center is a business continuity platform that monitors threats and provides live, up-to-the-minute warning and alerts.

Launching 2019, The Intelligence Center redefines how Business Continuity, Risk Management and Emergency Management is run using organization-wide situational awareness with pro-active and trackable actions, mitigating risk, cost and time.

Instant reaction with Intelligent Communication

The first moments of an incident are the most crucial, react with informed instructions to key personnel to mitigate loses.

Situational Awareness with Live Intelligence

At all times situational awareness is key to mitigating losses. With the live up to the minute intelligence make educated decisions, fast.

The Intelligent Interface

The Intelligence Center from Early Alert provides the most comprehensive qualified threat intelligence console on the market.

Executive Awareness

In addition to Emergency Managers, Risk Managers and Business Continuity Managers, key decision makers can monitor the state of an organization and be informed during times of emergency.

Find out more about Early Alert’s Intelligence Center