“Disaster Management and Recovery Planning” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com24 May 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Every year, tornadoes, earthquakes and other natural disasters injure and kill thousands of people and damage billions of dollars worth of property. Often, it is almost impossible to predict or prevent the occurrence of these disasters. However it is possible to reduce their impact by developing a disaster management and recovery planning strategy.
New market research report “Disaster Management and Recovery Planning” worked out by Energy Business Reports is a detailed guide for utilities, power plant operators, pipeline and transmission line operators, businesses, governments, communities and emergency operations teams to develop and maintain a disaster management and recovery plan. The study outlines the four phases of a disaster and provides detailed instructions on developing a mitigation plan prior to a disaster. It examines long and short-term goals for mitigation, planning and recovery from disaster along with initiatives that U.S. government has taken in recent years. The research work has a special focus on management of energy infrastructure during the time of disaster and presents a checklist for emergency response and recovery.
Price: US$ 385.00p
Introduction to Disaster Management
Classification of Disasters
Man Made Disasters
Phases of the Disaster
Preparing for a Disaster
Disaster Preparation and Emergency Preparedness
Direction and Control
Emergency Public Information
Health and Medical Services
Long Term Goals
Short-Term Recovery Issues
Establishing the Means to Facilitate Recovery
Building a Disaster-Resistant (Sustainable) Economy
Seizing Post-Disaster Opportunities
More information on the report may be found at https://marketpublishers.com/report/industry/energy/disaster_management_n_recovery_planning.html
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