Minimize the risks from emergencies and disasters
Emergency response and business continuity plan
What Will You Learn?
Use the guide to gain quick access to the information you need to prepare for and respond to an outbreak of any infectious disease or other emergencies. You get:
- A step-by-step plan to develop and implement an effective emergency response and business continuity plan to meet the risk of the various types of emergencies your organization could encounter
- An overview of the laws that affect emergency planning and response and your obligations, including accessibility requirements in Ontario and Manitoba
- Clear information on the roles and responsibilities of each stakeholder in emergency management, including governments, employers, management and staff
- Three essential sample documents:
- Influenza-like infection (ILI) assessment form
- Emergency Planning Checklist
- Emergency Preparedness Checklist
- And more!
Natural disasters, health pandemics, power outages, cyber-attacks and other emergencies are increasingly common and could ruin an organization that isn’t prepared. You can minimize the risks from emergencies and disasters with this clear and comprehensive how-to guide.
This guide shows you all about potential hazards and emergencies; the legal requirements you must follow; how to plan for emergencies; best practices for continuing to operate during and after an emergency (business continuity); plus, where you can find specific policies, procedures, forms and more details.
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