What to do in an emergency


Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A guide aimed at helping care providers prepare for an emergency has been produced by Hertfordshire’s ‘Resilience Partnership’.

Care Providers – Are You Prepared? helps care providers assess how well prepared they are for the unexpected. It recognises that care providers will have plans in place to deal with a fire evacuation but would their service be able to continue if there were a flood or a flu pandemic?


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