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Emergency Preparedness

Emergency Preparedness

Occupational Preparedness

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  • Agriculture & Farm: There are several resources that exist that can help those individuals in the agricultural and farming industry plan, prepare, and/or respond to an emergency that will affect livestock and/or crops.  
  • First Responders: First responders must be knowledgeable on the different types of threats or emergencies that may occur and prompt a reaction from them.   
  • Health Professionals: Many resources and support systems are available to physicians for the different types of emergency that may occur.  
  • Hospitality Industry: If a disaster or emergency strikes it may be necessary for individuals or families to find a safe and sanitary environment in which to stay.  
  • Industry: Certain industries are particularly vulnerable  to disasters.  
  • Journalists: Journalists and the different media outlets will play an integral role in relaying information to the public. .
  • Restaurants & Grocery Stores: During an emergency, maintaining a safe and sanitary food supply for the public will be very important.  
  • School Professionals: Schools must plan for emergencies, but they may also wish to educate the public on homeland security and preparedness issues. 
  • Trucking & Transport: Information and resources that can help enhance security and preparedness in the area of local or national emergencies are critical for those involved in trucking and transportation industries.
  • Workplace Security: A workplace can be severely affected by a disaster or emergency situation.