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Preparing Your Business for Emergencies, Natural and Man-Made Disasters (CD)


Preparing your Business for Emergencies, Natural and Man-Made Disasters is a CD-ROM toolkit designed to assist administrators of small- to mid-sized businesses in preparing for emergencies and disasters. This toolkit includes a 10-question self-assessment, emergency preparedness plan forms, educational presentations, disaster scenario and exercise, videos and additional resources. The materials were created from a variety of government and university sources specializing in the topic areas.

Some of the topics covered include developing an emergency plan; evacuation and in-place protection; choosing a recovery location; communications; preparing for specific disasters; computer and data security; personal preparedness at home (training for employees); volunteer opportunities; and decision-making in a disaster.
Format: CD

Primary Toolkit:

APC Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, Natural Disaster, Strategic Planning


Institutional Author:

Tarrant County Advanced Practice Center





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