Health and Safety in Emergency Management. Why prepare for emergencies. Power blackout of 2003 Peterborough flood of 2004 SARS 2003 Pending pandemic Some health care and community care organizations are more ready than others to respond to emergencies. Emergency Management.
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Health and Safety in Emergency Management
Emergencies caused by Natural hazards
Emergencies caused by man-made hazards (human acts or omissions)
Emergency Management Plan
Identify all loss exposures
Evaluate the risk in each exposure
Develop a Plan
Implement the Plan
Monitor the System
Source: Frank Bird
Practical Loss Control Leadership
Consider the impact on:
Occupational Health and Safety in the Emergency Management Plan
The annual evaluation reviews:
An emergency management plan must be a dynamic tool.