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NCJ Number: 134473 Find in a Library
Title: KVEPC Manual
Corporate Author: Kanawha Valley Emergency Preparedness Council, Inc
United States of America
Date Published: 1990
Page Count: 120
Sponsoring Agency: Kanawha Valley Emergency Preparedness Council, Inc
Charleston, WV 25339
Sale Source: Kanawha Valley Emergency Preparedness Council, Inc
P.O. Box 3920
Charleston, WV 25339
United States of America
Type: Policy/Procedure Handbook/Manual
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This manual contains emergency preparedness plans formulated by the Kanawha Valley Emergency Preparedness Council (KVEPC) in West Virginia to protect the public during various natural and other types of disasters.
Abstract: KVEPC is a volunteer organization comprised of industrial, business, utility, governmental, hospital, new media, and non-profit organizations involved in or interested in emergency planning, emergency management, or emergency response activities. The KVEPC plans and activities complement government agencies activities responsible for emergency response action. Additional information is provided on the history and background of KVEPC, its general objectives, the elements of industrial emergency planning, and elements of emergency situation response planning. The by-laws, committees, and membership roster of KVEPC is included. Detailed plans are given for procedures in areas of early warning, communications, material assistance, traffic diversion, urban area emergency response, risk evaluation analysis, evacuation, shelter-in-place, special services, sabotage, terrorism control, recovery, special hazardous materials emergency assistance, and civil disturbance control.
Main Term(s): Emergency procedures
Index Term(s): Disaster procedures; Hazardous substances or materials; Sabotage; West Virginia
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