Who We Are

All Clear Emergency Management Group, LLC is an experienced consulting firm that provides an array of emergency management services and conference management services. Our team of dedicated professionals will exceed our clients’ expectations.

Who We Serve

All Clear is ready to serve clients in Business and Industry, Churches and Faith-Based Organizations, Government, Healthcare and Hospitals, and Schools and Universities.

What We Do

All Clear provides innovative solutions to our clients’ emergency management needs and conference planning needs. We will work with our clients to provide customized Assessments, Planning, Training, Exercises and Conference Management services.

Events


All Clear is hosting a series of webinars and workshops that provide practical advice for complying with the new CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule.

These offerings are designed specifically for Skilled Nursing, Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Assisted Living, Dialysis Centers, Adult Care Homes, and Home Health, Dialysis, and Hospice Care Service Providers. All healthcare facilities are welcome to register.

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Our Approach


We believe in practical and client-centered programs. We work very closely with each of our clients to customize each project to meet their needs.

Our All Hazards approach ensures your organization and other stakeholders and partners will be prepared to respond to a crisis efficiently and effectively, adhering to industry best practices.

News Items

Why it's so difficult for hospitals to address active shooter threats

8/17/2018
Protecting hospitals filled with the most sick and vulnerable individuals in the nation is a complex problem.

41 deaths from Ebola in Congo; health officials 'worried'

8/17/2018
n ongoing Ebola outbreak is spreading across the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province.

Italy bridge: Genoa motorway collapse kills at least 22

8/14/2018
A motorway bridge has collapsed near the northwestern Italian city of Genoa, sending vehicles plummeting up to 90m (295ft) to the ground and killing at least 22