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Schultz C, Koenig K, Noji E (2006). Disaster preparedness. In Marx J, ed. Rosen’s Emergency Medicine Concepts and Clinical Practice, 6th ed. Vol. 3. Philadelphia: Elsevier Health Sciences, pp. 3010–3021. Warﬁeld C. The disaster management cycle. html Chapter 4 Mitigation phase of disasters Kelly R. Klein Melinda Johnson Overview 26 Hazard overview 27 Hazard vulnerability analysis (HVA) 28 Emergency operations plan (EOP) 30 Financial assistance in mitigation training 31 Conclusion 32 25 26 CHAPTER 4 Mitigation phase of disasters Overview Emergency preparedness can be deﬁned as the activities and measures designed or undertaken to prepare for or minimize the effects of a hazard on the population, deal with the immediate emergency conditions that would be created by the hazard, effect emergency repairs, and restore vital utilities and facilities destroyed or damaged by the hazard (Stafford Act).
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The creation of the emergency operations plan (EOP) is the ﬁnal step in mitigation planning. An EOP outlining the behavior of a hospital in a disaster event must be reviewed and updated annually. Additionally, it must take into consideration the requirements of the regulatory and accreditation agencies, professional standards, and current best practices of emergency planning. The EOP contains the steps to appropriately respond to each of the hazards identiﬁed by the HVA. While most organizations have moved to an all-hazards approach for their EOP, a plan to respond to each type of hazard must be a part of the EOP.