SPTE 203 Medical Emergency and Evacuation Plans

SPTE 203 Medical Emergency and Evacuation Plans - Medical...

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Medical Emergency and Evacuation Plans
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Emergency Management Information can be obtained from: University (Public Safety, Health and Safety) Local Police and Fire Depts. Local Emergency Mgmt. State Emergency Mgmt. Federal Emergency Mgmt. (DHS, FEMA) Others It is ultimately your responsibilty.
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Emergency Management The process of preparing for, mitigating, responding to and recovering from an emergency. A dynamic process which may be constantly evolving. Emergency Management Planning Cycle.
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Emergency Management Planning Cycle (Figure 12-1) Assess and reassess risk(s). Develop the plan. Communicate the plan. Implement the plan. Test the plan. Re-evaluate and re-develop the plan.
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Fear can paralyze. People will more likely overcome their fear through proper training. Less fear results in less paralysis.
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