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629 Assessing and Managing Risk of Natural Disasters for a Workplace


Summary: Natural disasters happen, sometimes with advance knowledge, but often without warning. Regardless, the continuity of business operations, the protection of property, and the minimization of personnel injuries and trauma require advanced planning. “Information rather than fear, early warning rather than surprise” is the United Nations’ concept to initiate a planning process for protecting local communities on a global level from natural disasters, where the physical and social structures are self-sustained after the termination of the event. As a result, the next storm or the next flood do not become disasters, but remain as they should be─ manageable natural events.


 

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