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Emergency Reponse Planning

We have the expertise to deal with all aspects of Emergency Response Procedures and Contingency Planning.

Client Training

These services provide for the development and implementation of emergency response programmes meeting all the latest international requirements.

24 Hour Incident Response

We are able to provide a wide range of services and support depending on the needs of the Client.

Blake Emergency Services, a wholly British private company, has with its forebears, been in business for more than three decades, helping airlines, airports, governments, transport companies and managements in industry, plan for crises and emergencies. Blake Emergency Services has become synonymous within these areas, as consultants to a wide range of Clients in the fields of:

Emergency Response Planning
Training
24 Hour Incident Response

We work with a global perspective, creating procedures and systems to cope with crisis. The company trains management teams and staff in crisis management best practice and helps adjust corporate cultures to be more aware of and sympathetic to, emergency planning imperatives. Come the day when disaster strikes, Blake Emergency Services are there with substantial resources, skill and professionalism to assist in the recovery operation.

Pyegreave House,
Combs,
High Peak,
Derbyshire
SK23 9UX
England

Tel: +44 (0) 1298 815786 (24 hours)

Fax: +44 (0) 1298 815381

Email: info@blakeemergency.com

Abigail Pollard

 Abi

Blake Emergency Services

Managing Director

13
March

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13
March

Jet Airways, SpiceJet, Air Asia to add new aircraft to their fleet to meet domestic, international demand

Indian airlines Jet Airways, SpiceJet Ltd and AirAsia India are planning to add new jets to their fleets as they look to expand in the world’s fastest-growing aviation market, the… Read More

13
March

Long Island Family Pushes For EpiPens On Planes After Mid-Flight Allergy Attack

A family vacation to Aruba turned into a nightmare on the way home when a 10-year-old Long Island boy suffered a severe allergic reaction mid-flight. As CBS2′s Jennifer McLogan reported,… Read More

05
March

US flights form part of Gulf Air’s long-term strategy

Bahrain-based  Gulf Air has detailed its corporate strategy for the five years to 2023, which will see it take delivery of 39 new aircraft and ultimately expand its network to… Read More

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