ARTICLES ABOUT crisis response

December 15, 2022

Crisis Communications Plan Tenents

It’s a subject that no one wants to consider but that most will have to deal with at some point: communication during a crisis.

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July 10, 2018

Responding to Pandemic

How to respond to a pandemic, an excerpt from the Pool’s publication, Ready for Anything: Emergency Disaster and Response Guide.

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July 10, 2018

Don’t Get Swept Off Your Feet!

While weak tornadoes can be common, the Centennial State experiences an average of 60 tornadoes a year, and there’s no way of predicting when a more destructive super cell will appear…

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April 13, 2015

Emergency Response Procedures: Responding to Natural Gas Leaks

Natural gas is a relatively inexpensive and clean way of providing hot water and heat. If it leaks, however, it can present a tremendous danger to anyone in your facility and surrounding areas. A natural gas explosion can level a building, severely damage or spread fire to surrounding structures, and cause serious injuries and deaths.

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April 13, 2015

Safeguarding Against Spring Thaw Flooding and Storm Damage

Spring is now officially here, and as the warmer weather settles in to stay, the winter season’s snow can melt rapidly, pushing rivers and streams to the brink and dramatically increasing the risk of flooding.

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July 1, 2014

Emergency Response Procedures: Responding to an Armed Robbery

Emergencies can strike at any time without notice, our Emergency Response Procedures flip book will help your district manage these crises as they occur. Here’s an excerpt covering what to do in case of an armed robbery. Do your employees know how to handle these terrifying events?

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