Simulations

Simulations

Simulations are an integral part of developing capabilities for responding to an event that requires operative tools for saving lives and protecting vital assets. Simulations should be directly symmetrical to the threats of the adversaries which may target our premises.

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Healthcare institutions and first responders may be subject to dealing with a mass casualty event. Such events are extremely well planned and interfere with the institution’s security response because of simultaneous strikes and intricate tactics taken by the terrorist to cause an irreversible number of casualties even when evacuating injured from the initial strike area. These events involve different types of explosives, the use of suicide terrorists, car bombs and armed attacks simultaneously activated to cause a domino effect and leave first responders killed during evacuation.


Condor strongly adheres to simulating such events and having the different first responder teams as well as emergency services work in these theatres of operation in order to develop a modus operandi that can contain such events and neutralize the perpetrators as fast as possible while protecting the others. Please contact us for further information.

The understanding of what scenarios to simulate lies in the knowledge of the adversary and its methods of action. This groundwork is then followed by the ability to understand the results of the simulation and their meaning in terms of our operational preparedness.

Consequently, this phase is followed by implementing changes that were found in the simulations and making sure that we now have a viable response. Condor offers extensive services in planning simulations, understanding their findings, and training personnel in the necessary operational changes.


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