Every year, natural disasters threaten to leave whole cities broken and without basic infrastructure. The frequency and cost of these disasters in recent years has many hospitals rethinking how they prepare. Many are taking a more proactive attitude toward emergency management with hazard mitigation assessments.
Healthcare facilities play a more critical role in disasters than any other kind of facility. JLL Project Manager, Ken Chien explains how to prepare your facility before disasters hit.
Natural disasters are unpredictable, and come in different forms. A Hazard Mitigation Assessment Plan (HMAP) needs to account for a variety of disaster scenarios like, floods, hurricanes, blizzards, utility outages and tornadoes.
We don’t know when the next natural disaster will strike or what it will be, but when it does happen, we know healthcare facilities will likely be affected. Be confident that your facilities are strong and your patients are protected.
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