By Joseph F. Gustin
Newly revised and up to date, the fourth edition of this bestselling resource addresses the complexities of catastrophe preparedness and company continuity. This edition includes the most recent details on soiled bombs, and chemical and organic brokers and guns. additionally up-to-date during this version are catastrophe making plans and restoration matters, regulatory impacts and emergency preparedness. This reference speaks to the problems of prevention, in addition to "controlling" the results of a catastrophe on a company’s operations. details is integrated on tips on how to verify and deal with the danger of bioterrorism. In addition, information disguise quite a few disaster/emergency declarations together with storm Katrina. different severe parts coated comprise statistical facts on place of work violence, regulator impact, powerful mitigation innovations, enlisting the media’s tips in restoration making plans, contingency making plans, loss prevention, facility evacuation, worker education, chain of command, checklists, computing device and knowledge security, bomb risk reaction, standby strength, and self-inspection.
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Additional resources for Disaster and Recovery Planning: A Guide for Facility Managers, Fifth Edition
These external risk factors are, oftentimes, less obvious and may appear to have little Disaster Planning and Recovery Issues 11 relevance. However, these less obvious threats can pose a significant risk to a company or business entity. For example, a company located near a highway that is used by chemical transporters could be at greater risk than a facility located directly adjacent to the plant that manufactures chemicals. The odds for a vehicular accident involving a chemical transporter increases the risk potential for that first company.
Under the permit-required confined space program required by paragraph (c)(4) of this section, the employer shall: (4) Provide the following equipment [specified in paragraphs (d)(4)(I) through (d)(4)(ix) of this section] at no cost to employees, maintain that equipment properly, and ensure that employees use that equipment properly: (viii) Rescue and emergency equipment needed to comply with paragraph (d)(9) of this section, except to the extent that the equipment is provided by rescue service; and (ix) Any other equipment necessary for safe entry into and rescue from permit spaces.
Finally, before implementing the emergency action plan, the employer must designate and train a sufficient number of people to assist in the safe and orderly emergency evacuation of employees and occupants. PLANNING FOR POTENTIAL DISASTERS Emergency preparedness planning should address all potential emergencies and occurrences that can be expected. Therefore, it is essential to perform a hazard audit and worksite or facility analysis to determine potential disasters (see the Self-Inspection Checklist in Appendix II).
Disaster and Recovery Planning: A Guide for Facility Managers, Fifth Edition by Joseph F. Gustin