This report discusses qguidance on the emergency management planning process that is applicable to small, rural, and suburban communities. Its goal is to remove readiness barriers by providing all communities with strategies, processes, and tools for coordinated emergency management planning. The target audience is local leaders -- including elected or appointed officials, health care providers and practitioners, public health leaders, and others who are responsible for initiating and coordinating the emergency management planning effort in towns, suburbs, and rural areas throughout the United States.qla#39;l()N\ Health care organizations can play an active role in oommunitywide education about appropriate response in an emergency ... fire services, local emergency planning committees); nongovernment organizations (American Red Cross, Salvation Army); ... The American Society for Testing and Materialsa#39; (ASTM ) Standard Guide fbr Organization and Operation of Emergeney Medical Services Systemsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Emergency Management Planning in Health Care|
|Author||:||Joint Commissin Resources|
|Publisher||:||Joint Commission Resources - 2002-01-01|