Emergency Planning and Management

Emergency Planning and Management

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Using this reference as your guide, you'll learn how to assess your business's vulnerability to disasters, evaluate planning considerations, preserve records, and avoid the fate of those businesses that do not prepare and ultimately do not survive. In addition, you'll learn about your federal obligations under CFR Title 29, SARA Title III, CFR Title 40, and the National Fire Protection Association. The author provides new and updated information on terrorism, federal response, workplace violence, civil disturbances, sabotage, and hazardous responder competencies. He also provides new information on insurance, loans, and the Small Business Administration; techniques for managing computer threats and viruses; and disaster planning and management contact information.Ensuring Your Companya#39;s Survival in the Event of a Disaster William H. Stringfield ... and tropical storms hit the coastal areas from North Carolina to Texas; 33 hurricanes and tropical storms affected the coastal region stretching from Virginia to Maine. ... Property losses from major hurricanes during that time exceeded $43 billion. ... The ice storm that struck western and northern New York in March. 234 ti.


Title:Emergency Planning and Management
Author: William H. Stringfield
Publisher:Government Institutes - 2000-07-01
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