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New Quadrennial Review

Recovery Diva

The Department of Homeland Security has released the Third Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (QHSR), a continuation of the first two QHSR Reports issued in 2010 and 2014. Third Quadrennial Homeland Security Review.

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FEMA is Running Out of Money

Recovery Diva

Criswell said that in 2010, FEMA had 108 declared disasters to support. A decade later, the number jumped to 315. “Our mission has not changed, but our operating environment has,” she said. “And with that, comes the challenge of ensuring that everyone who qualifies for FEMA assistance is able to access that help.”

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Towards a Taxonomy of Disasters

Emergency Planning

2010) showed that in Colombia the combined effect of 20,000 small destructive events was much greater than the socio-economic impact of five large disasters. Herbane 2010. Barbat 2010. Guidotti (eds) 2010. It should be noted that sub-fields of disaster studies may require their own classifications. Field 2018).

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Making work more accessible for employees with disabilities

Citrix

He started at Citrix in 2010 via the Leadership Development … The post Making work more accessible for employees with disabilities first appeared on Citrix Blogs. As a Senior Enterprise Architect on the Customer Success team, Dan Morgan works with our largest customers in the U.S.

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A Better Understanding of NFPA 70E: Part III - The Electrical Components Causing Fatalities in the Workplace.

National Fire Protection Association

There was a sudden drop in these fatalities in 2010 after several decades of being flat at an average of 24% of all electrical fatalities. Investigating what occurred in the workplace prior to 2010 could provide employers with the knowledge necessary to further decrease these fatalities. Building wiring fatalities average 21 per year.

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Internally displaced persons still struggling five years after Pakistan floods 

Crisis Response Journal

In this regular blog, researched and commissioned by CRJ’s Pakistan correspondent Luavut Zahid, freelance environmental writer Amar Guriro describes the continued plight of former agricultural workers displaced by Pakistan’s ‘Super Flood’ of 2010. By Luavut Zahid

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Five Levels to A Purposeful Life

Norita Omar

Same thing with the earthquakes in 2010 and the rest of my challenges which now led to my abundant life and business, I will share more in my next post. This led to my promotion which made me realised that even with a brain injury (I was only 85% recovered) I still reached my potential and inspired others to do the same!