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Publication Date: 2004
Leonard P. Mandrgoc
The Personal Emergency Plan for High Rise Residential Buildings is designed to assist families living in high rise residential buildings to prepare and respond to an emergency or disaster. The plan provides general information relating to building emergency equipment and recommends a review of your residence, the neighbors, the overall floor and the building and how each impacts your family's response. It provides recommendations on how to improve your chances of survival in an emergency or disaster. The plan covers evacuation - what to do and what not to do - and what you can do if you are unable to evacuate and it highlights assisting persons with disabilities in times of emergencies. The plan addresses the capabilities of terrorists, provides a personal emergency plan and outlines disaster assistance available following an emergency or disaster. This plan is clear, concise, and easy to implement. Above all, a plan is only as good as the user permits it to be. You must remain vigilant and review the plan twice a year; things change and so should your preparations and response. What you do in preparations for natural disasters and emergencies can also improve your response to terrorist actions.Leonard P. Mandrgoc is the author of 'Personal Emergency Plan for High Rise Residential Buildings', published 2004 under ISBN 9780972115322 and ISBN 0972115323.
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