Mitigation of community risks is complex. However emergency planning teams should work together to identify multiple strategies to optimize the long term recovery of the community as a whole. The
expertise of the public health nurse can provide significant input in addressing strategies that contribute to optimal health outcomes of the population. Hazard mitigation is any action taken to
reduce or eliminate the long-term risk to human life and property from hazards. Some hazards cannot be mitigated; others are too costly to mitigate. Many nonstructural hazards in a facility can be
mitigated easily and inexpensively. Officials can help. Experts in emergency management and response risk management structural engineering and psychological tragedy response may suggest ways to
mitigate hazard. Experts in emergency management and response risk management structural engineering and psychological tragedy response may suggest ways to mitigate hazards at our facilities.
After planners have the necessary information about existing hazards and mitigation possibilities we can identify the costs of mitigation and steps to be taken.
Identify consequences related to the loss of municipal services or utilities.
Identify factors affecting the communitys work force for example employees missing work to attend to family if schools are closed.
Identify strategies to track staff and volunteer time and labor involved in the cleanup.
Identify hazards that have been identified in the community.
Identify steps the community is taking to mitigate community-wide risks.
Identify roles community leader can health care providers can play in long term planning officials can help.

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