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Online learning with the Emergency Planning College

Crisis Response Journal

Rob Fagan explores the Emergency Planning College's (EPC) online resources for remote learning and training and finds that the organisation has moved swiftly and efficiently to adapt to the surge in demand. By Rob Fagan

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A Resilience Charter

Emergency Planning

National standards should be developed to ensure that emergency plans are functional and compatible with one another, and that they ensure the interoperability of emergency services and functions. All levels of public administration should be required to produce emergency plans and maintain them by means of periodic updates.

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How to Create and Leverage a Business Continuity Checklist for Emergency Planning

Alert Media

The post How to Create and Leverage a Business Continuity Checklist for Emergency Planning appeared first on AlertMedia.

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Managing Emergencies: The Challenges of the Future

Emergency Planning

Wording of this kind is designed to defy the country's leading philosophers of logic, and let's remember that the Act is designed to tackle a major emergency–sorry, disaster. The real problem is that the British emergency planning, management and response system is fragmented and incomplete.

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Ultimate Guide: How to Build Your CMS Compliant Emergency Plan

Alert Media

The post Ultimate Guide: How to Build Your CMS Compliant Emergency Plan appeared first on AlertMedia.

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Create a Plan for an Earthquake Emergency & Evacuation

Alert Media

An emergency plan for earthquake disasters will determine how quickly you will recover. Learn from companies that faced the Noto earthquake.

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Interpreting Covid-19 as a Disaster

Emergency Planning

The role of emergency planning. The scenario for a major pandemic was developed over the period 2003-2009 and was first incorporated into emergency plans close to the start of this period. Since the start of Covid-19 we have seen the failure of emergency planning, which is an indication of failure to provide foresight.