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SUMMARYEmergency response is an inherently dangerous occupation. Emergency responnder face a wide range of serious hazards in their jobs, which places them at high risk for occupational injury or death. This risk is mitigated by their using various forms of personal protective technologies (PPTs), such as protective ga
A WEEKLY PUBLICATION FOR THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMUNITY R Make a Shelter-In-Place Plan There may be situations when it's best to stay where you are to avoid any uncertainty outside. There are other circumstances, such as during a tornado or a chemical incident when specifically how and where you take shel
EveryBusiness Should Have A Plan. www.ready.gov Provided to you by Cal-OSHA Reporter -www.cal-osha.com A WEEKLY PUBLICATION FOR THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH COMMUNITY R Preparing Makes Good Business Sense. How quickly your company can get back to business after a terrorist attack or tornado, a fire or flood often
Sample Emergency PlanSample Business Continuity and Disaster Preparedness PlanPLAN TO STAY IN BUSINESS________________________________________________Business Name________________________________________________Address________________________________________________City, State __________________________________________
This document by the Division of Occupational Safety and Health is intended for healthcare and other higher-risk settings.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security guide for critical infrastructure and key resources.
This U.S. Department of Labor handbook provides an overview of topics related to pandemic preparedness.
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