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Preparing for, responding to and recovering from disruptions to your business or operations is a big job. Use this page to help you get the emergency preparedness solutions that matter most to you. You’ll also find information applicable to specific hazards such as hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and power outages. Plus take advantage of product checklists to help identify critical supplies and equipment recommended by FEMA, NOAA, CDC and other agencies to keep on hand.

 

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Find products to help take care of the fundamental needs that arise before, during and after an emergency.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Making Healthcare “Safer” – Active Shooter Prevention & Response
Hospital staff members are exposed to volatile situations on a daily basis from individuals who suffer from psychological disorders, are distraught over the condition of a loved one, or are under the influence of drugs or alcohol. These situations are increasingly escalating to violence, including an increase in the number of hospital shootings. According to a recent study1, shootings have been documented in all types of hospitals, including inner-city, suburban, and rural, and in facilities of all sizes. This dynamic environment and its potential for violent disruption have hospital leadership searching for solutions that will protect their staff and patients. Making Healthcare “Safer” – Active Shooter Prevention & Response

Making Healthcare “Safer” – Hospital Incident Command System 2014 Revision
The cornerstone of the Hospital Incident Command System (HICS) — is that it enables hospitals to better organize resources, staff, and facilities in order to remain operational during an emergency, and promote the restoration of day-to-day operations. The purpose of this lecture is to not only demonstrate the benefits of using HICS within a healthcare organization, but also to highlight the specific components and goals of the 2014 HICS revisions. Making Healthcare “Safer” – Hospital Incident Command System 2014 Revision.

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