Emergencies occur every day affecting employees, facilities and operations worldwide. Natural disasters occur such as floods, fires, tornadoes and hurricanes. A rise in man made disasters stemming from workplace violence, chemical explosions and fire, to a specter of terrorists acts have all tested many an emergency response unit. Also, today's computer-based world of commerce, increases the risk of facilities finding themselves at a stand still due to technological downtime induced by natural or man-made emergencies.

Statistics show that businesses who plan and prepare for a contingency, reduce the likelihood of an occurrence happening by 50%. This ultimately saves lives and reduces damages. Is your company prepared?

What can HP&P do for you?

HAZMAT Plans & Programs has been a leading provider of Contingency Planning and Disaster Preparedness since 1992. As risk analysts, HP&P draws on the knowledge of its staff with expertise in emergency planning, fire protection, business continuity, hazardous materials, and OSHA/DOT compliance, to tailor program development, planning and training specific to your business needs.

A responsible company protects the public that it serves. Running a sound business while complying with a host of regulatory requirements is an attainable goal when you rely upon the services of HAZMAT Plans & Programs. HP&P provides a total package that establishes a solid foundation for your business. We will accomplish this through minimum time and effort on your part, while keeping your costs affordable.

Good Planning Doesn't Cost. It Pays.
Are You Prepared?

Hazmat advice keeps employees from harm. (safety consultant Hazmat Plans and Programs)

We are located in the Denver Metro Area, Colorado.

© Hazmat Plans & Programs
 30 S. Havana St., STE. 304F
 Aurora, CO 80012
 Phone: 303-360-9801
 Fax: 303-360-9825
 E-mail: HPP@Hazmat-5.com

Serving Colorado, Wyoming and surrounding areas.


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HP&P has 2 classrooms to accommodate your training needs. If you don't see the class you need on dates that fit your schedule, give our office a call, 303-360-9801. We'll do our best to work with your schedule.

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