March 15, 2017 - There are many reasons that your business might be required to shelter-in-place, including chemical spills, terrorist attacks, flooding, tornados, biological contamination, etc. Do you have a plan for sheltering in place? Supplies and equipment to keep people safe and comfortable for several hours or a day?
What is the difference between shelter in place and lockdown, and when is it appropriate to do each? (Item #1) When conditions outside get tough, where will building occupants go? (Item #2) Here's what every landlord needs to know about shelter-in-place orders. (Item #3)
If you perceive any threat in your area that would include a chemical, biological, or radiological hazard, you need to put together a Shelter in Place Kit. (Item #4) All Americans should have some basic supplies on hand in order to survive for at least three days if an emergency occurs. (Item #5) Here are some sample shelter-in-place procedures to help you plan. (Item #6)
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