Emergency Preparedness
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FEMA: Federal Emergency Management Agency
Agency of the US government tasked with Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response & Recovery planning.
All-Hazard Emergency Operations Plan
Based on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) State and Local Guide (SLG 101). Coordinate emergency response efforts to save lives, reduce injuries and preserve property.
OSHA - Emergency Preparedness and Response
Basic training and emergency preparedness guidelines.
Disaster Preparation
Allstate Insurance disaster and catastrophe preparation and recovery. Safety tips, online claim reporting for damage from hurricanes, tornadoes, hail, wind, lightning, freeze, earthquakes, and wildfires.
(CEPPO) - Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention Office
To protect human health and the environment CEPPO develops, implements, and coordinates regulatory and non-regulatory programs. The Office carries out this work in partnership with regions, domestic and international organizations in the public and private sectors, and the general public.
South Carolina Emergency Preparedness Division
Information about disasters and hazards that affect or are currently affecting South Carolina.
Emergency Preparedness Canada
A civilian Branch of Department of National Defense, Emergency Preparedness Canada (EPC). To safeguard lives and reduce damage to property by fostering better preparedness for emergencies in Canada.
Homeland Defense - Domestic Preparedness
US agency that coordinates federal, state, and local emergency responders.

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