Becoming a member allows an organization to experience the many benefits of SWHSP. Although the benefits are large, the dues are minimal.

Individual members are welcome; however, dues are structured to encourage organizational membership. Multiple employees from an organization/agency can become members for a single membership fee.

SWHSP now provides an opportunity to make an even larger impact in building a resilient Southeast Wisconsin region.  Read more about the SWHSP Sponsorship Program.

Membership Fee
$100 for a full year, decreasing quarterly.

Join or Renew Membership On-line! (electronic payments only)

There are two convenient ways to become a member:

  • Complete the on-line registration process here.  This allows you to complete the membership application and pay on-line.
  • Complete the New member application and send it along with a check to the address indicated on the form.

Benefits of being a SWHSP member include:

  • Assist in improving the Southeast Wisconsin and surrounding region’s business climate by building safer, more resilient communities.
  • Help create robust, all-hazards disaster management capabilities.
  • Develop a better understanding of how public and private sectors can partner when preparing for and responding to disasters and crises throughout the Southeast Wisconsin region and the State of Wisconsin.
  • Maximize community continuity by addressing critical infrastructure interdependencies and related regional economic security challenges through cross-sector collaboration by businesses and government agencies.
  • Upgrade your company’s response capability by coordinating with the public sector to develop your disaster plan and strengthen working relationships with public and private partners.
  • Exchange information and best-practice sharing for business and community preparedness, disaster/crisis response and recovery.
  • Gain a venue to influence and strengthen the early planning, doctrine, exercise and execution of government response.
  • Help identify gaps and overlaps between public and private continuity planning.
  • Become part of an effective communication network to ensure coordination throughout the emergency management cycle.
  • Participate in public/private exercises.
  • Participate in educational opportunities, including local seminars and state-wide forums.