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  Emergency Planning Corner 

IFMA Award Winning Book Now Available 

On October 21, 2003 David A. Casavant, CFM was awarded the International Facility Managers Association "Distinguished Author" award for his latest book entitled "Emergency Preparedness for Facilities". This resource has been recognized for its compilation of emergency planning best practices and the inclusion of dozens of downloadable files and sample emergency action plans.

Emergency Preparedness for Facilities, is a business survival "checklist" that provides you with step-by-step instructions for developing prevention and response plans for all types of emergencies and disasters.


This comprehensive resource helps you create an organization-wide emergency management plan that ensures that all procedures are in place and all equipment and personnel needs are addressed so your company can respond to an emergency situation quickly and instinctively. You will feel confident that your employees are trained and prepared to put their plan into action and protect all workers, property, and the life of the company in the face of any natural or non-natural emergency event.

Emergency Preparedness for Facilities identifies and examines nineteen natural and non-natural emergencies, defined as anything that disrupts an organization, including:

  • Terrorism
  • Chemical & Biological Attack
  • Bomb Threat
  • Fire
  • Flood
  • Loss of Utility
  • Civil Disturbance
  • Tornado
  • Workplace Violence


Emergency Preparedness for Facilities references and explains all relevant OSHA requirements, including the completion of OSHA Forms 300, 301, and 300A after an accident.

Special Bonus:  This resource includes a companion CD-ROM that contains the forms and templates you will need to prepare for an emergency and to create a complete emergency preparedness plan. Also included are

  • an annual emergency assessment form.
  • an emergency action plan template (38 pages in length).
  • a post-event assessment form.
  • a correspondence log.
  • OSHA recordkeeping forms.



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