Emergency Planning and Management: Ensuring Your Company's Survival in the Event of a Disaster

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Government Institutes, Jul 1, 2000 - Social Science - 278 pages
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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.
 

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Contents

An Emergency Planning Primer
1
Assessment of Your Vulnerability
15
Planning Considerations
29
Survival after an Emergency
43
Generic Emergency Action Plan
57
Preservation of Records
75
Sample Emergency Action Plan
83
Internet Resources for Disaster Planning
119
OSHA Emergency Hotline
143
Facts About SBA Disaster Loan Programs
145
SBA Disaster Area Offices
147
Principal Threats Facing Communities and Local Emergency Management Coordinators ...
149
Glossary
269
Index
275
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