The authors conclude.

A new community engagement process has now been developed which enables a large and representative group of community residents to contribute to their essential knowledge emergency planning. The challenge for our various levels of government now is to provide communities with incentives and support such a process put in place – before people suffer and die needlessly in the next disaster, the authors conclude.

There is no question that immediate action planners have critically important expertise for designing protective strategies, the authors write. But without listening to the public, they may not be aware of their plans to create. .‘Nemed is looking forward to the collaboration with our domestic associations and other groups a value the value the home care is important for the industry with one voice now more than talk per. As a Benjamin Franklin once said: ‘We must all hang composed, indeed we will all the hang separately. ‘.

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