Emergency Preparedness Guide for Transit Employees on the Job and at Home
This Emergency Preparedness Guide is divided into two parts. Part I addresses emergency preparedness while on the job and Part II addresses emergency preparedness at home. The overall objectives are to help you learn how to:
- Protect yourself and assist your customers if disaster strikes
- Protect your family if you are at work
- Stock and maintain job and home preparedness kits
Last updated: Tuesday, February 14, 2017
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