Shelter-in-Place Emergency Policy
In rare, but not unprecedented circumstances, local law enforcement or other official local authorities will issue a shelter-in-place order. Typically, such an order applies to a small geographical area that may include one or more enterprise facilities. Shelter-in-place orders usually last for a few hours.
This policy from TechRepublic Premium will certify compliance with the intent of the shelter-in-place order and help ensure the safety of every person located in the affected facility when such an order is given.
From the policy:
An integral part of any emergency procedure is preparation. Before an incident occurs, enterprises should establish which room or rooms will be used for a shelter-in-place emergency. Each building should have its own room(s), as moving people from one building to another building violates the shelter-in-place order and puts people at risk.
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