CEAS is a pre-event credentialing program, which authenticates critical business employees for access to restricted areas following a disaster or serious emergency using a secure identification card recognized by the police. Municipalities must adopt the CEAS Program for use in their jurisdiction before businesses can enroll in the Program and receive ID cards. The local authorities can implement CEAS following an emergency once immediate threats to life are stabilized.

 

 

 
[10.08.14]

 

New Cost-Effective Program Geared to Improve Small Business Preparedness

 

FULTON, NY. .. The Business Network of Emergency Resources (BNET) announced today that it has created a new small business enrollment “tier” designed to help small businesses take advantage of their Corporate Emergency Access System (CEAS). 

[09.11.14]

 

A disaster in a community could jeopardize the future of a business when it keeps an owner or essential staff from retrieving vital information or materials, or addressing concerns about equipment and machinery up close.

 

Working with local businesses, Stamford officials are focusing on the issue through a connection with the Business Network of Emergency Resources, a nonprofit organization formed after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

 

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