From the nationwide leader in risk assessments.
Digital Sandbox, the leader in Public Safety Risk Management, would like to produce your Threat and Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (THIRA) in time for the 2012 deadline. FEMA requires all eligible Homeland Security Grant Program and Emergency Management Performance Grant recipients to submit a finished THIRA by December 31, 2012. Request a quotation.
As the foremost producer of THIRAs throughout the nation, Digital Sandbox has supported risk and capability assessment work for a diverse set of public safety agencies, local jurisdictions, States, and Federal entities since 1998. Digital Sandbox will use its proven methods and patented tools to quickly and affordably produce a THIRA for your organization that will:
■ Meet Federal guidance and requirements
■ Be produced rapidly while minimizing resource impact and local stakeholder effort
■ Be based on vetted data and analytics and therefore useful well beyond the Federal submission
As a result of utilizing Digital Sandbox, clients will receive a THIRA that identifies, assesses, and prioritizes threats and hazards, analyzes risk, and examines core capabilities. The systematic process employed will efficiently produce results using FEMA’s 5 step process:
Whether you’re an existing client looking to develop a THIRA from the risk and threat analysis and capability assessment already produced with Digital Sandbox, or a client starting from scratch, we can develop an analytically sound THIRA within a 60-180 day period. As a result of working with Digital Sandbox, you will have a deliverable that is more than an academic report, but a useful tool to guide and inform preparedness.