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Disaster Planning

Disaster Planning prevention, preparedness, response, recovery

PRINCIPAL CAUSES OF DISASTERS .................................................................................................. 2 – NATURAL DISASTERS........................................................................................................................... 2 – MAN-MADE DISASTERS ....................................................................................................................... 2 SOME MAJOR EFFECTS OF DISASTERS ........................................................................................... 3 FIRE ...................................................................................................................................................... 3 W ATER .................................................................................................................................................. 3 EARTHQUAKES ....................................................................................................................................... 3 BIOLOGICAL AGENTS .............................................................................................................................. 3 DISASTER PLAN .................................................................................................................................... 3 PHASE 1 : PREVENTION .......................................................................................................................... 3 PHASE 2 : PREPAREDNESS ..................................................................................................................... 4 PHASE 3 : RESPONSE ............................................................................................................................. 4 PHASE 4 : RECOVERY............................................................................................................................. 5

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