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Diverse organizations attend disaster preparedness event in Virginia

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Disaster preparedness programs need to include procedures for maintaining communication during emergencies, whether through an alert and notification system or other means. Local administrators, crisis agency members and telephone service provider representatives met in McLean, Va., to discuss methods for getting ready for disasters, according to Inside Nova.

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Disaster preparedness specialty store opens in Oklahoma

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Acquiring proper equipment is one of the most effective ways for communities to prepare for emergencies, though purchasing the handiest items is not always convenient. A new store, Homestand Preparation Station, recently began selling supplies to help Oklahoma residents get ready for disasters, according to The Oklahoman.

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Feds introduce disaster preparedness requirements for care facilities

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Disaster preparedness has become a major concern for enterprises, organizations and individuals alike in the wake of recent crises, such as Hurricane Sandy. In order to mitigate the destruction wrought by powerful storms and other catastrophic disturbances, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has proposed a number of new regulations to ensure the medical facilities are ready for emergencies, The New York Times reported.

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Red Cross funds disaster recovery center in Long Island

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Disaster recovery facilities can help to aid the recuperative process in the aftermath of a crisis. The Health & Welfare Council of Long Island recently received nearly $600,000 in funding from the American Red Cross to create a volunteer disaster recovery center for Superstorm Sandy victims, the Long Island Exchange reported.

 

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CORE training helps California residents prepare for disasters

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Community involvement can be crucial for reducing the potentially catastrophic effects of disasters. A California-based volunteer group is working to increase Oakland residents' preparedness for emergency situations, according to Inside Bay Area News.

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