Products & Programs
Native American, Black Community, and Corporate Community -- Preparedness Matters has proven solutions
Workplace Resiliency Assessment Tool
Is your company's disaster plan complete, measurable, and sustainable? Does your business continuity program account for employees, their families, and the community, or just your business processes? Our Workplace Resiliency Action Plan (WRAP) will assess and evaluate all current processes, programs, and emergency procedures, and provide expert recommendations for improving your organization's resilience. This planning process was developed at Walgreens, perfected at Sony, and deployed at Amazon's corporate headquarters in Seattle.
Disaster Workshop Toolkit
Native Americans are the least likely to survive disasters impacting tribal communities. This complete, train-the-trainer workshop curriculum, video, books and materials was designed by Native stakeholders. This powerful package will prepare the tribal lay person to organize and conduct effective community disaster education.
Disaster Literacy Services
Black communities have borne the brunt of disaster deaths, injuries, and displacements throughout history. Socioeconomic factors, discrimination, and failed policies in the disaster community contribute to the cycle of disparities in outcomes. Learn what we need to do to close the gap and make disaster survival a priority for black Americans.
Community Preparedness Advocacy
Whether designing corporate frameworks, teams, or community preparedness plans, Vincent Davis has built a solid reputation for achieving results for a discerning, disaster clientele. Working with neighborhood and community partners requires an experienced consultant that 'listens' more than they talk. Cookie-cutter plans don't hold up to scrutiny when real-world events and real people have to execute them under duress.
Our seasoned professionals understand that a good plan is flexible, sustainable, accountable, and comprehensive. We solve problems while others write pretty words. The work we've don with regard to Native American community preparedness
All-in Corporate Solutions
No disaster plan will be impactful without input that makes it work within the client's unique stakeholder culture. We don't create plans, we create culturally effective pathways to achieve and sustain resilient communities. Whether that's feasible will depend on our client's desires, norms, challenges, and expectations. We focus on structures that work for and with existing community infrastructures, departments, budgets, and goals. Our Workplace Resiliency Action Plan has worked for companies like Walgreens, Sony, and Amazon. Let us help make it work for you.