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Hazard Vulnerability Analysis Example - Elbert County


This example of a hazard vulnerability analysis from Elbert County, CO, includes each hazard deemed to be a significant threat to the county, along with a plan/policy to address each item, any special considerations, and the lead agency for the response efforts.

This analysis was submitted as part of Goal 1 of a Project Public Health Ready application and can be used as an example by other PPHR applicants.

Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, Assessment, Project Public Health Ready


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Institutional Author:

Elbert County Department of Public Health and Environment, CO





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