The 7 Deadly Sins of Emergency Management Planning

1). Photocopied Emergency Plans

2). Planning in a Silo

3). The “No Edits” Re-Adoption of a Plan

4). No Education of Plan Content with Partners Annually

5). Lack of Plan-Driven Exercises After Plan Creation or Revision

6). Lack of Whole Community Planning

7). Having No Paper Plan at All

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MD Emergency Management | Community Preparedness & Messaging | Social Media | VOST | SVI Mapping | Weather Forecasting | Geoscientist | GIS | ♥️🚒 #EMGTwitter

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