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Rescue Global provides comprehensive consultancy risk management and corporate resilience services for businesses.

Our skilled teams – predominantly drawn from military and emergency services – are experts at identifying, evaluating and mitigating risk, and responding to hazards; we do so in some of the world’s worst disasters.

By engaging Rescue Global to manage your risks and work with your teams on safety and security preparation, you benefit from our international expertise and global network.

As a charity, working with us presents an uncommon double-benefit: payments to Rescue Global are cost effective, and additionally support our charitable work of providing disaster risk reduction and response to some of the most vulnerable and disaster-affected countries in the world.

The risk environment for companies operating today is increasingly complex, with threats from terrorism, natural disasters and political instability creating exposure and limiting potential.

The reality is that hazards are increasingly diverse, frequent and severe. The changing media environment and the tightening legal landscape means that the impacts of these hazards are also increasing, with potentially significant liability and brand consequences.

One aspect of how Rescue Global works that makes us highly unusual is that we work in an integrated fashion across the full spectrum of disaster risk reduction and response. We work to increase resilience to disasters and exceptional events both before and after these events occur, as well as providing urgent response when it’s needed.

We work with corporations to assess, manage and mitigate their risks, with the same integrated approach we take to tackling national disasters. We work with organisations in the private and public sectors, typically those with global operations, whether that’s overseas trading, multinational facilities or international staff travel.

At Rescue Global our skilled teams – predominantly drawn from military and emergency services – are experts at identifying, evaluating and mitigating risk, and responding to hazards; we do so in some of the world’s worst disasters. By engaging Rescue Global, a UK charity, US not-for-profit and international Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) to manage your risks and work with your teams on safety and security preparation, you benefit from our international expertise and global network. In addition, as a charity, working with us presents an uncommon double-benefit: payments to Rescue Global are cost effective, and additionally support our charitable work of providing disaster risk reduction and response to some of the most vulnerable and disaster-affected countries in the world.

Our work has received acclaim by leaders such as the British Royal Family and the Director General of Military Staff at NATO. Further, the corporate social responsibility benefits of working with a charity support corporate brand values, and provide employee engagement and confidence in issues around risk and security.

At Rescue Global we undertake organisational resilience work as a consultancy, with our highly skilled teams from across the military, emergency, public and private sectors working with organisations to manage their risks, and to support them in an urgent response capacity when damaging events occur. This consultancy work is one of the ways we then fund our charitable activities to empower governments and communities of disaster-affected nations, who we support free of any charge.

Take a look below at how we work across the levels of a business, from strategic to on the ground, before, during, and after a critical event.

Rescue Global works across the full disaster cycle of preparation, response and recovery. We work with the private sector to ensure risk strategy and practice are aligned. Discover how we work across the disaster and crisis management cycle by using the timeline navigation tool.

 
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