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Grantee Name: National Safety Council Grant Number: 46E0-HT10 Grant Year: 2007

The grantee developed training regarding emergency planning including how to develop and implement an emergency plan. The training targets small business. Training materials consist of a facilitator guide, participant guide, and PowerPoint presentations

Emergency Preparedness

Title Length Format File Size
Planning for Emergencies: Strategies for Small Business
Program Introduction 17 slides PPT* 239 KB
Module 1: Get Started - Establish and Planning Team
16 slides PPT* 243 KB
Module 2: Analyze Capabilities, Risks, and Vulnerabilities 17 slides PPT* 260 KB
Module 3: Develop the Plan 25 slides PPT* 3.8 MB
Module 4: Implement the Plan 14 slides PPT* 235 KB
Conclusion 8 slides PPT* 132 KB
Facilitator Guide Table of Contents 4 pages PDF* 41 KB
Facilitator Guide Program Overview 20 pages PDF* 80 KB
Facilitator Guide Program Introduction 18 pages PDF* 56 KB
Facilitator Guide Conclusion 9 pages PDF* 36 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 1 16 pages PDF* 49 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 2 20 pages PDF* 66 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 3 18 pages PDF* 53 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 4 14 pages PDF* 45 KB
Participant Guide Table of Contents 4 pages PDF* 44 KB
Participant Guide Program Overview 6 pages PDF* 44 KB
Participant Guide Introduction 18 pages PDF* 158 KB
Participant Guide Module 1 22 pages PDF* 213 KB
Participant Guide Module 2 38 pages PDF* 235 KB
Participant Guide Module 3 42 pages PDF* 409 KB
Participant Guide Module 4 16 pages PDF* 145 KB
Participant Guide Conclusion 8 pages PDF* 71 KB
Participant Guide Tools and Resources 42 pages PDF* 149 KB

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