Emergency Plan Faith Based Organizations: Conducting A Hazard Analysis Mobile App
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The purpose of a hazard analysis is to determine the hazards a site is most susceptible and vulnerable to experiencing.
How does it work?
By determining those hazards prior to development, the site emergency plan will be realistic. A good place to look for information regarding potential hazards is the local emergency management office. This office can describe the disaster history of the community, the location of flood plains, frequency of tornadoes, and so on. The local library may also provide some insight on local disasters. The Emergency Plan Faith Based Organizations: Conducting A Hazard Analysis app gives tips to create an emergency preparedness plan, conduct risk assessment by gathering data, and helping increase public health in faith-based organizations.