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    Communicating an Emergency Response Plan

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    A company develops an emergency response plan to be used in the event to natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes and human disasters such as explosions, brownouts or workplace violence. What is the value of such a plan? How might the Human Resource Manager/professional communicate this value, and "roll out" this plan to the organization?

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    The value of the plan lies in the lives, property, and assets of the business saved during natural and human disasters. The value also lies in reducing disruption and losses to the business. Specifically the value of the plan lies in preserving the business, protecting its properties, and assets. The value also lies in the protecting the human resources of the company from injury or death. The plan is valuable because it is cost effective, restores the functionality of business facilities, ...

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    This solution explains the value of having an emergency response plan in place. How the human resource manager/professional might communicate the values are determined. The sources used are also included in the solution.