Welcome to the City of Buffalo, CEAS Program Page
The City of Buffalo pioneered public-private partnerships by being the first city to pilot the CEAS partnership in 2003. The goal of the partnership was to mitigate economic damage by helping businesses quickly recover following an emergency.
Corporate Emergency Access System (CEAS) is a turnkey pre-event credentialing program, provided at no cost to governments, that allows critical business employees to travel through or gain access to restricted areas following a disaster or serious emergency. Credentialing is done through the use of a common identification card recognized by law enforcement and emergency management officials.
Photo Credit: By Stephen Zimmermann [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
CEAS provides businesses with a means to maintain critical business processes; stabilize and sustain core IT systems; secure and protect facilities, rescue valuable assets left behind in an emergency; retrieve vital records, hardware and equipment; conduct damage assessments, and much more. If you haven’t planned for what you will do if you cannot access your facility, the CEAS program is now available to all of your facilities within the City of Buffalo.
How to Enroll
CEAS is available by annual subscription to organizations across the City of Buffalo and Erie County. Enrollment is simple, affordable and will bring peace of mind to you and your organization. Click the button below to begin