Shelter in Place. Nora Roberts
ISBN: 9781250161598 | 448 pages | 12 Mb
Shelter in Place Nora Roberts
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Local officials are the best source of information when determining whether to evacuate or shelter-in-place. In the event of an emergency, individuals should listen to their radios and follow the directions of the emergency officials. Chemical, biological, or radiological contaminants may be released accidentally or intentionally into the environment. Different types of emergencies require different types of responses. Shelter in-place, in a building or group of buildings, is an emergency procedure intended to secure and protect occupants who are in the proximity of an immediate threat. This procedure is used when it may be more dangerous to evacuate a building than stay inside. If you find yourself near a major police event, and aren't sure what's happening, here's what you should do: Follow the directions and advice of law enforcement and first responders. Instead of an evacuation, staying put or sheltering in place might make more sense. What does it mean to Shelter-in-Place?* You may be instructed to shelter-in-place in the event of a hazardous materials release. What is meant by Evacuation and Shelter in Place?