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Emergency Preparedness - February 2014

The Emergency Preparedness landing page for Facility Professionals.

Topics related to Emergency Preparedness

Swine flu, backup power, generators, campus security, disaster response, disaster recovery, emergency planning, fire, onsite power, power reliability
Building Operating Management
Drills Help Facility Managers, First Responders Develop Better Emergency Preparedness Planspart 2: Clearly Defined Objectives Help Make Emergency Preparedness Drills More Effectivepart 3: Testing Communication With Building Staff, First Responders Is Critical Part Of Emergency Preparedness Drillspart 4: Information Gathering Is Major Benefit Of Emergency Preparedness Drills


CoreNet Global Survey Finds Companies Are Updating Workplace Strategies in Response to Hurricane Sandy

Building Operating Management
Preparations Before Hurricane Sandy Helped Cushman & Wakefield Quickly Bring Buildings Back Onlinepart 2: New York City Public Schools Rethinking Emergency Plans After Sandy-driven Floodingpart 3: Even if Code Doesn't Require Generator, HEI Hotels is Exploring Options in Wake of Power Outage part 4: EMD Serono Focuses on Details, Communication After Challenges of Hurricane Sandypart 5: Rockefeller University Finds That Mother Nature Always Winspart 6: Katrina Experiences Helped Shape Marriott's Hurricane Sandy Planspart 7: For Newark Public Schools, Fuel Supply Challenges Complicated Recovery From Hurricane Sandypart 8: Flooding From Sandy Raises Questions About Location of Electrical Gearpart 9: At Crozer-Keystone, Better Safe Than Sorry Was Key To Sandy Plans


Building Operating Management
Employing All Available Evacuation Options Leads to Safer High-Rises