As Disasters are unfortunatly becoming more and more common, in many ways, we are here to help you in the different stages of each Disaster. Here are some examples of the 5 stages of the Disaster cycle.
The 5 Stages of the Disaster-Management Cycle
Prevention. The best way to address a disaster is by being proactive.
Mitigation. Mitigation aims to minimize the loss of human life that would result from a disaster.
Preparedness. Preparedness is an ongoing process in which individuals, communities, businesses and organizations can plan and train for what they’ll do in the event of a disaster. Preparedness is defined by ongoing training, evaluating and corrective action, ensuring the highest level of readiness
Response. Response is what happens after the disaster occurs. It involves both short- and long-term responses.
Recovery. The fifth stage in the disaster-management cycle is recovery. This can take a long time, sometimes years or decades. Ultimately, this stage is about helping individuals, communities, businesses and organizations return to normal or a new normal depending on the impact of the disaster.
No matter what stage of Disaster you are currently in, we have many things that can help along the way.
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