The emergency plan, also known as "contingency plan" or "emergency rescue plan," is a plan that is pre-established for the orderly, rapid, and effective emergency response in response to a possible public emergency. A guide to the actions that should be taken to determine who should do, how to do it, when to do it, and the corresponding resources and strategies in each process before, during, after, and afterwards.
The emergency response plan is actually a standardized response procedure so that emergency rescue activities can be carried out quickly and orderly in accordance with the plan and the most effective steps. It has six implications:
Emergency protection: refers to various guarantee measures taken to ensure the smooth progress of emergency response. It is generally divided into human resources, financial resources, materials, transportation, medical care, public security, personnel protection, communications and information, public facilities, social communication, technical support, and other guarantees.
Emergency Disposal: Once an accident occurs, there are emergency procedures and methods that can quickly respond to failures or eliminate the accidents in the initial stages of the budding stage, so that possible accidents can be controlled locally to prevent accidents from expanding and spreading.
Rescue and rescue: The use of scheduled on-site rescue and rescue methods, the implementation of rapid and effective rescue in emergencies, guide the public protection, organize the masses to withdraw, reduce casualties and save the lives and assets of personnel.
Post-disposal refers to a series of actions taken to restore the normal state of production, work, life, social order and ecological environment after the hazards and impacts of public emergency incidents have been basically controlled.
Accident prevention: through hazard identification, analysis of accident consequences, adoption of technology, use of emergency equipment and management means to control hazards and reduce the likelihood of accidents.
Emergency Response: The principle, main body, and procedure for clearly classifying responses after an accident. It is important to clarify the procedures and contents of command and coordination and emergency disposal of the government and relevant departments; clarify the procedures and contents of the response of the emergency command organization, as well as the responsibilities of the organization's emergency rescue; clear coordination of command and emergency disposal principles and information release responsibility departments.
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