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Back to Basics: How to Be Prepared for a Disaster

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) says there are five steps that employers can take to create a business preparedness program – program management, planning, implementation, testing and evaluation, and finally, program management.

In this post from the EHS Daily, Advisor Grace Hatfield outlines these five steps and provides additional resource links to Ready.gov and the Department of Homeland Security for information about designing a business preparedness plan.

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