Disaster can strike at any moment.  Just as law enforcement, fire rescue and medical professionals depend every day on their ability to make good decisions in crisis situations, organizational leaders must be prepared to prevent and to react to disasters and other emergencies when they least expect it. SSG counts with over 40 years of combined training and operational experience in emergency and disaster response, crime prevention and suppression, law enforcement operations, intelligence, and security operations among other related services.

Criminal activity, terrorist attacks, human error and natural disasters can have devastating effects in your organization, the community around you and in the lives of those that depend on your ability to respond to, and recover from such emergencies.  With the increase in lawsuits based

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on corporate responsibility and the reasonable expectation of adequate security among other organizational responsibilities, organizational leaders face ever-changing corporate and legal environments.  As a result, executives have acquired a legal obligation to provide a safe environment for their workers and clients, and to prepare for and respond appropriately to a crisis. In some cases, such as in the Exxon Valdez oil spill of 1989 and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010, organizational leaders may also be responsible for ensuring a prompt recovery from such incidents  

To effectively respond in a crisis situation, emergency services organizations, business and organizational leaders, and their staff must employ integrated, collaborative strategies involving a diverse range of internal and external resources.   As a specialized services provider, Special Services Group North America LLC counts with a select group of professionals with experience in a diverse range of specialties, including surveys, training, planning, physical and personal security, force protection, crime suppression, and emergency response among other specialties.