Facility managers and others who head up emergency planning know that periodic testing and updating of these procedures are crucial to protecting people, property, and operations in the event of a disaster. There is a wide variety of threats that can potentially impact an organization, and facility managers are on the front lines of this exercise.
How do you and your team ensure emergency plans are up to date and address any developing threats?
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