No one knows when disaster will hit their community, so it is crucial that officials and citizens work together to prepare for crises. In order to get ready for potential emergencies, discussions were recently held in Connecticut that focused on ways to plan for dire scenarios, Reminder News reported.
Being ready for crises requires effective planning that covers a number of factors. One aspect of preparedness that can make a difference during emergencies is the development and placement of key points of infrastructure. In order to reduce the negative consequences, officials in California and Ohio have decided to make significant changes to the framework of their operations.
Chemicals can present a significant danger when they are released in large quantities and unpredictable ways. In cases where hazardous materials are exposed to the environment or to a community it is imperative that properly trained responders clean up the mess as soon as possible. Let's take a look at how emergency personnel handled recent chemical spills in Massachusetts and California.
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