USING THE NFPA 1600 2007 STANDARD
NFPA 1600 2007 is NOW OBSOLETE. See ISO 22301 2012.
|The NFPA 1600 standard uses the best
practices from three separate
specialties: emergency management, disaster management, and
business continuity management. The result is a single integrated
approach. NFPA calls this a "Total Program Approach". If you apply the
NFPA 1600 standard to your Emergency Management Program, you
will be applying the accumulated wisdom and experience of experts
from three important areas.
The purpose of the
NFPA 1600 standard is to help
|According to the new
NFPA 1600 standard, your
Emergency Management Program must include a:
Prevention means to avoid an incident or
Mitigation is a process. Its purpose is to:
means being ready to deal with future disasters and
A response is an
activity or task that is carried out or a program or
means to restore services, facilities, programs, and
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