Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Response

12Innovative Decon Solutions has developed a Catastrophic Rapid Response Program (“CRRP”) for hurricane and storm damaged areas. The CRRP provides immediate assistance by securing the building envelopes, decontaminating the structures and drying the structures to prevent re-growth of mold.

CRRP is a self-sustained, independent system with a centralized command center that coordinates the efforts of mobile staging areas. The staging areas are complete with their own power generators and fuel depots with ”state of the art” emergency response communication equipment.

When disasters such as floods, fires or hurricanes strike – you need a team of professionals to get you back in business FAST.  Our team is highly experienced in providing site security, drying, structural repairs, remediation of affected areas and application of proprietary products which provide residual protection against the regrowth of bacteria, molds, viruses and many other problematic organisms.

CRRP teams are bonded, insured, and manned with certified personnel. The team leaders include former Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) contractors with up to 12 years of industry experience. The IDS CRRP specialized teams include certified thermographers, certified mold investigation specialists, certified indoor air quality professionals, certified industrial hygienists, engineers and general contractors. 

The mobile staging units are customized trailers fully equipped with required PPE, decontamination products and equipment, materials and equipment for securing the building envelopes, job specific tools, power generators, GPS tracking software/equipment, and satellite phones. The mobile units are self-contained and fully functional staging areas that can be deployed within a few hours of a disaster.

Catastrophic Rapid Response Program

Phase 1

1. Set up staging area
2. Survey structures for damage and water intrusion
3. Secure building envelopes by applying temporary roofing and/or boarding up damaged windows and doors
4. Decontaminate structures of existing mold and bacteria to prevent re-growth
5. Dry the structures with state of the art technologies

Phase 2

1. Infrared investigation of buildings
2. Additional securing of building envelopes, if needed
3. Tear out and rebuild, if requested
4. Final inspection of structures with inspector. Along with our strategic partners, we can provide rapid response to any catastrophe to secure your facilities and minimize your costs.

Our ability to quickly respond to your needs insure that you can count on your facilities being returned to their pre-event condition.