SERVPRO Storm Teams
SERVPRO Storm Response Teams coordinate large scale responses, such as the recent deep freeze in Texas. This is a scalable organization similar to first responder’s modular Incident Command System. For the current disaster in Texas and other states, there are two storm response teams coordinating 1,000+ SERVPRO teams. Both SERVPRO of Eatontown/Long Branch and SERVPRO of Hackensack/Little Ferry are proud to have teams currently operating in Texas.
This requires specialized training for leaders in large scale incident management, logistics, planning, and communications. Responding teams need to understand how they will be asked to integrate into the larger organization and what protocols will be required.
Franchises who participate in Storm Response Teams are proactively trained in many areas including travel requirements and equipment needs, operating in storm damaged areas safely, FEMA expectations, budgeting, and regulatory considerations between states.
Participation in these teams is voluntary and represents a high level of commitment to technical expertise and constant preparedness. It is not only the commitment of the organization but the personal commitment of each team member who volunteers. They answer the call knowing this means leaving home for several weeks in a row to help someone in need. We are thankful to all of our team members who have answered the call!