“At CRG, one of the biggest motivators for our personnel is the belief that the work we do today will save lives tomorrow. This new resource center is a direct result of that commitment,” -- CRG President Phil Coyne.
EWING, N.J. (PRWEB) November 12, 2019
The Critical Response Group (CRG) has launched a first-of-its-kind online resource center that brings scores of relevant and sought-after school safety, public safety, program and funding resources all into one, easily-searchable and accessible database.
The CRG Resource Center, which is free to access and use, was created with the goal of providing a more efficient and effective way of researching and leveraging the numerous documents, reports, state and federal resources, grants, and best practices that are currently scattered across the internet.
“On any given day at CRG, we have personnel working to improve our services and provide our clients with the most current and relevant resources,” said Phil Coyne, President of CRG. “From the lessons we could learn from the latest after-action reports, to industry-standard best practice guides, to grants and other resources that were state-specific to our clients, we realized that it took an outsized effort to run-down what should be easily accessible information.”
As the team at CRG worked to bring all of that valuable information into one location, they came to the realization that making it available for free to professionals outside of the company would go a long way to helping those who are trying to improve safety and preparedness in their specific area of responsibility.
“At CRG, one of the biggest motivators for our personnel is the belief that the work we do today will save lives tomorrow. This new resource center is a direct result of that commitment,” said Coyne.
The CRG Resource Center, accessible via https://www.crgplans.com/database/ includes sections for after-action reports, grants, safety conferences, industry-relevant publications, educational resources, and state-specific resources.
The database is searchable by keyword tag, category, and word search.
“Information is only useful if we use it to improve our processes and ability to meet the increasing challenges and threats we face,” said Coyne. “People’s time is incredibly valuable and limited in this industry. With the CRG Resource Center, you can spend your time actually using this information instead of searching for it.”