Bridging The Gap

Between Government & The Private Sector

National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status National Terrorism
  Advisory System
"BULLETIN"
Describes current developments or
general trends regarding threats of terrorism.
Telephone/Fax: 877-932-5378
Email: info@earlyalert.com
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Our Experience


Practical Field Experience:
Our team also has extensive experience in planning for, responding to, and recovering from actual disasters. Actual incidents include: countless tropical cyclones, severe weather events, tornados, floods, oil spill responses, biological and chemical hazardous materials, mass immigration, urban search and rescue, aviation crashes and other transportation incidents, and civil riots and unrest.

Representative Listing of Actual Disaster Responses and Recovery Experience:

  • Orlando, Florida Terrorist Attack, June 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • Major Winter Storms of 2016: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support
  • Major Severe, Winter Storm and MS Valley Flood, December 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • San Bernardino, California Terrorist Attack, December 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • Hurricane Joaquin and associated catastrophic flooding in the Carolinas, September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • Chile Earthquake and Tsunami, September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • California Wildfires, August/September 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • Super Typhoon Soudelor in the Western Pacific, August 2015: Situational Awareness and Critical Decision-making support.
  • Major Winter Storms of 2015: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • South Napa California, Earthquake, August 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Hurricane Cristobal, August 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Hurricane Arthur, June 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Tsunami Warning and Watch for the Southwestern Pacific and Solomon Island region, April 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Major Winter Storms of 2014: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Western Pacific Super Typhoon Haiyan, impacting Philippines & Vietnam, November 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Calgary, Canada Flooding Event, June 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Black Forest Wildfire El Paso & Elbert County & Colorado Springs, CO, June 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Boston Marathon bombings event, April 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Northeast Blizzard of February, 2013: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Hurricane Sandy, 2012: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Hurricane Isaac and Tropical Storm Debby, 2012: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Hurricane Irene 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Joplin, Missouri, EF-5 Tornado event, May 22, 2011: Damage assessment, EOC and FEMA JFO coordination
  • Tornado outbreak in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia, April 25-28, 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Tōhoku, Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, 2011: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, 2010: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Severe weather and winter storm events of 2009 and 2010: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • I-35W Mississippi River bridge collapse in Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 1, 2007: Situational Awareness and Decision-making support
  • Tornados 1998, 1999, 2004, 2006: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 3+ days each
  • Wild Fire Florida 1996 and 2006: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 60+ days
  • Hurricanes Dennis, Katrina, Rita and Wilma 2005: IMT Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 120+ days
  • Hurricanes Charley, Danielle, Frances, Gaston, Ivan and Jeanne 2004: IMT Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 120+ days
  • Tropical Storm Josephine 2003: Local EOC Operations lasting 4+ days
  • Hurricane Floyd 1999: Local EOC Operations lasting 4+ days
  • Florida Wildfires 1998: Local EOC Operations lasting 11+ days; Mutual aid EOC Operations lasting 10+ days
  • Hurricane Georges 1998: Command Post and EOC Operations lasting 90+ days
  • Value Jet disaster in the Florida Everglades 1996: Logistics Operation, Decon Operations and Recovery Technician.
  • Hurricane Erin, 1995; State EOC Operations lasting 8+ days
  • Hurricane Opal, 1995; State EOC Operations lasting 5+ days; Local EOC Operations lasting 12+ days
  • "Storm of the Century" 1993: EOC Operations lasting 14+ days
  • Hurricane Andrew 1992: Command Post, EOC Operations and Debris Mgt Task Force lasting 90+ days
  • Hurricane Hugo 1989: EOC Operations and Disaster Field Office/Disaster Recovery Center lasting 90+ days
  • Additional disasters including: Transportation, Marine, Hazardous Materials, Mass Casualty, Mass Immigration

Whether for timely and accurate alerts, risk assessments, emergency planning, or training, our company is ready and eager to meet the needs and objectives of our clients. We will provide the highest quality and most usable services and products to our valued clients. Early Alert offers a full range of planning, response, recovery, mitigation, and prevention consulting services to better prepare governmental agencies and corporations before a crisis occurs or disaster strikes. We also provide on-site assistance in the event of a disaster, including incident management assist teams to support response and recovery objectives.

	                

Flash Alert!

  • DHS Terrorism Bulletin
    "Bulletin" - National Terrorism Advisory System ...
  • U.S. NATIONAL WEATHER OUTLOOK
    ...Heavy rain and flash flooding possible in eastern TX and southwestern LA this weekend... ...Strong winds continue to impacts portions of southern CA... ...Light snow in portions of western MT, northwestern TX Panhandle, and eastern NM today...
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