BOMA International's Emergency Preparedness Guidebook: The Property Professional's Resource for Developing Emergency Plans for Natural and Human-Based Threats is the industry's most up-to-date guide to help property professionals prepare for and respond to a broad range of potential threats. The guidebook walks the users step-by-step through the four phases of emergency management-mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery-to help ensure tenant safety and building security during emergency situations.
Several types of emergencies are covered:
Accidents such as fires, public health emergencies, elevator outages and airplane collisions.
Earth and weather events such as floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes.
Criminal and Terror Acts such as terrorism, bombs, active shooter and workplace violence.
There is also an in-depth chapter on building an effective communications plan and checklists throughout to help users organize every step of their preparedness plan.
The Emergency Preparedness Guidebook: The Property Professional's Resource for Developing Emergency Plans for Natural and Human-Based Threats is authored by Lawrence J. Schoen, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE, and is an update to BOMA's 2002 Emergency Preparedness Guidebook.
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