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Always call 911 if you are in immediate danger or need emergency help.
Disaster preparedness is an important part of everyone's safety.
Tornadoes can damage work sites and storage facilities, and can release contaminants into the environment.
Disaster preparedness is all about what we do to prepare for, and reduce the impact of, disasters like this.
Disaster preparedness takes two forms, both of which are important:
Planning for natural disasters can greatly reduce the risks to health and the environment.
Your planning efforts should include:
Proper planning can reduce the costs of disaster-related spills, cleanup and business disruption.
Understanding disaster-related risks will help speed recovery efforts and keep problems from becoming worse.
Personal safety is of primary importance as we work to recover from a disaster.
Our recovery efforts should minimize:
Talk with your team and manager about disaster preparedness, and what role you play in it.