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Require disaster planning for foster families, kinship care providers and residential and group care facilities;
Since 'each country should have a disaster planning system that addresses its own particular needs', (9) the SABS has identified the need for a major audit of burns care in South Africa in order to formulate, implement and test such a plan.
A proactive approach to disaster planning is the best way to ensure the safety of everyone and every pet.
Another 38% never discuss disaster planning with employees, and 56% have no disaster management team.
However, as often happens with the passage of time, attention to disaster planning is replaced by the daily issues of running a credit union.
Best Practices in Disaster Planning," industry leaders cited best practices instituted before recent natural calamities and urged commercial property owners and tenants to establish processes in order to mitigate human and economic losses, and to respond effectively in the midst of a natural or manmade disaster.
THE COUNTY'S EVALUATION of its disaster planning system stemmed from a request by Supervisor Gloria Molina in September, after the devastation in the Gulf Coast following Katrina prompted questions about whether Los Angeles had an adequate disaster-response plan.
The Managers of the Health Information Service in 11 (29%) of the respondent hospitals report being involved with the organisation- or network-wide disaster planning committee.
For its part, City Hall has 88 full-time workers in emergency preparedness and disaster planning -- at a cost of $10.
CPM Group produces "CMP Global Assurance" newsletter, formerly "Contingency Planning & Management" magazine, a monthly subscription title that covers business continuity and survival strategies, including disruption prevention, preparedness, mitigation, emergency response, medical facility disaster planning, homeland security developments, emergency notification systems, pandemics, benefits of business continuity planning, FEMA, and ensuring communications continuity.
This issue of the Journal of the New York State Nurses Association focuses on both nursing informatics and nurses' involvement in disaster planning and management.

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