National Safety Council - 46E0-HT10

Emergency Preparedness

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.

Planning for Emergencies: Strategies for Small Business

Title Language Length Format File Size
Planning for Emergencies: Strategies for Small Business
Program Introduction
English
17 slides
PPT 238.50 KB
Module 1: Get Started - Establish and Planning Team
English
16 slides
PPT 245.00 KB
Module 2: Analyze Capabilities, Risks, and Vulnerabilities
English
17 slides
PPT 262.50 KB
Module 3: Develop the Plan
English
25 slides
PPT 3.86 MB
Module 4: Implement the Plan
English
14 slides
PPT 237.00 KB
Conclusion
English
8 slides
PPT 134.00 KB
Facilitator Guide Table of Contents
English
4 pages
PDF 40.82 KB
Facilitator Guide Program Overview
English
20 pages
PDF 79.92 KB
Facilitator Guide Program Introduction
English
18 pages
PDF 55.88 KB
Facilitator Guide Conclusion
English
9 pages
PDF 35.91 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 1
English
16 pages
PDF 48.58 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 2
English
20 pages
PDF 65.43 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 3
English
18 pages
PDF 52.70 KB
Facilitator Guide Module 4
English
14 pages
PDF 44.28 KB
Participant Guide Table of Contents
English
4 pages
PDF 43.98 KB
Participant Guide Program Overview
English
6 pages
PDF 43.39 KB
Participant Guide Introduction
English
18 pages
PDF 157.43 KB
Participant Guide Module 1
English
22 pages
PDF 212.97 KB
Participant Guide Module 2
English
38 pages
PDF 234.94 KB
Participant Guide Module 3
English
42 pages
PDF 408.10 KB
Participant Guide Module 4
English
16 pages
PDF 144.80 KB
Participant Guide Conclusion
English
8 pages
PDF 70.95 KB
Participant Guide Tools and Resources
English
42 pages
PDF 148.60 KB

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