disaster-preparedness plan

disaster-preparedness plan

Etymology: L, dis + astrum, favorable stars, praeparare, to prepare
a formal plan of action, usually prepared in written form, for coordinating the response of a hospital staff in the event of a disaster within the hospital or the surrounding community.
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Just like a family should have a disaster-preparedness plan, so should businesses.
If your disaster-preparedness plan fits on one page, it is not a complete plan.
The updated HICS IV-compliance features make it easier for hospitals to improve and execute disaster-preparedness plans that meet the latest in standards and best practices - without hiring or retraining staff.
In preparation for Hurricane Isabel, the Company carried out various disaster-preparedness plans, including remotely locating help-desk associates to provide technology assistance to stores, advancing store deliveries in order to ship merchandise ahead of the storm, and shipping additional quantities of essential supplies to stores in affected areas.
While final damage statistics for 2007 will reveal that over 12,000,000 acres of land were destroyed or damaged by wildfires, flooding and coastal storms, American families continue to ignore disaster-preparedness plans.