Addressing Access and Functional Needs in School and IHE Emergency Operations Plans

Provides several key principles for emergency planning. One of these principles is ensuring that the needs of the whole school or higher education community are addressed, which includes those with access and functional needs. The Guides recommend a six-step planning process to help schools and institutions of higher education develop high-quality emergency operation plans that are flexible, adaptable, and customized to the building or institution level.

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