With precision and humour, Leavitt has created something amazing' Kevin Wilson 'A thoroughly modern comedy of manners, Shelter in Place is both one of the best novels of the year as well as the most humorous' Bay Area Reporter 'Leavitt ...
Author: David Leavitt
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
'Very funny and unexpected, a material response to our times, plush as velvet' Rachel Cusk 'A wickedly funny and emotionally expansive novel' Jenny Offill It is the Saturday after the 2016 presidential election, and in a plush weekend house in Connecticut, a group of New Yorkers has gathered to recover from what they consider the greatest political catastrophe of their lives. Liberal and like-minded, the friends have come to the countryside in the hope of restoring the bubble in which they have grown used to living. Moving through her days accompanied by a carefully curated salon, Eva Lindquist is a generous hostess with an obsession for decorating. Yet when, in her avidity to secure shelter for herself, she persuades her husband to buy a grand if dilapidated apartment in Venice, she unwittingly sets off the chain of events that will propel him to venture outside the bubble and embark on an unexpected love affair. A slyly comic look at the shelter industry, Shelter in Place is a novel about house and home, furniture and rooms, safety and freedom and the insidious ways in which political upheaval can undermine even the most seemingly impregnable foundations.
Shelter-in-place (SIP) is used when an evacuation through an area may cause or threaten greater harm to the individuals who are ... Typical methods used to achieve such protection include shelters, safe havens, and areas of refuge.
Author: Dennis P. Nolan
Publisher: William Andrew
Category: Technology & Engineering
Handbook of Fire and Explosion Protection Engineering Principles: for Oil, Gas, Chemical and Related Facilities is a general engineering handbook that provides an overview for understanding problems of fire and explosion at oil, gas, and chemical facilities. This handbook offers information about current safety management practices and technical engineering improvements. It also provides practical knowledge about the effects of hydrocarbon fires and explosions and their prevention, mitigation principals, and methodologies. This handbook offers an overview of oil and gas facilities, and it presents insights into the philosophy of protection principles. Properties of hydrocarbons, as well as the characteristics of its releases, fires and explosions, are also provided in this handbook. The book includes chapters about fire- and explosion-resistant systems, fire- and gas-detection systems, alarm systems, and methods of fire suppression. The handbook ends with a discussion about human factors and ergonomic considerations, including human attitude, field devices, noise control, panic, and security. People involved with fire and explosion prevention, such as engineers and designers, will find this book invaluable. A unique practical guide to preventing fires and explosions at oil and gas facilities, based on the author’s extensive experience in the industry An essential reference tool for engineers, designers and others facing fire protection issues Based on the latest NFPA standards and interpretations
CRAWL SPACE 1 STORY | LARGE SIDE tirme ANTART DIN FAM LIV GARAGE 트 BR SHELTER LOCATION . BR Crawl - space and slab - on - grade foundation houses require careful design considerations to keep fallout Shelter costs low .
Author: NAHB Research Foundation
Category: Civil defense
This report, prepared for the Office of Civil Defense by the National Association of Home Builders Research Foundation, is a planning tool. It provides information to help home builders or owners in planning for protection against fallout radiation.
Shelter-in-place supplies • Grab & Go items • Everyday stock Actions Evacuate (Go): Leave your current location and move to a safer location. If you evacuate you may be able to return home when the emergency has passed and it's safe to ...
Author: Shawndra Holmberg
Publisher: Shawndra Holmberg
Our pets make our bad days better and our good days great! We love our pets!! Whether you have a dog 🐕, cat 🐈, parrot, ferret, guinea pig🐹, hamster, rabbit 🐇, snake 🐍, turtle 🐢, fish 🐠, chicken 🐓, lizard 🦎, or any other furry, scaly, or feathery family member — you want to keep them safe and happy. That means you and your pet need to be prepared for a house fire 🔥, a blizzard❄, hurricane🌀, flooding🌊, the zombie apocalypse 🧟, or even tribbles taking over your home. You will find the actions you need to be ready in these 31 Small Steps.
shelter provides adequate protection and evacuation cannot be performed with the available time (Sorensen, Shumpert, and Vogt 2004). Chemical accidents represent one type of event when shelter in-place may be more appropriate (USDOT ...
Author: Michael K. Lindell
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Political Science
Large-Scale Evacuation introduces the reader to the steps involved in evacuation modelling for towns and cities, from understanding the hazards that can require large-scale evacuations, through understanding how local officials decide to issue evacuation advisories and households decide whether to comply, to transportation simulation and traffic management strategies. The author team has been recognized internationally for their research and consulting experience in the field of evacuations. Collectively, they have 125 years of experience in evacuation, including more than 140 projects for federal and state agencies. The text explains how to model evacuations that use the road transportation network by combining perspectives from social scientists and transportation engineers, fields that have commonly approached evacuation modelling from distinctly different perspectives. In doing so, it offers a step-by-step guide through the key questions needed to model an evacuation and its impacts to the evacuation route system as well as evacuation management strategies for influencing demand and expanding capacity. The authors also demonstrate how to simulate the resulting traffic and evacuation management strategies that can be used to facilitate evacuee movement and reduce unnecessary demand. Case studies, which identify key points to analyze in an evacuation plan, discuss evacuation termination and re-entry, and highlight challenges that someone developing an evacuation plan or model should expect, are also included. This textbook will be of interest to researchers, practitioners, and advanced students.
Author: Tener Goodwin Veenema, PhD, MPH, MS, CPNP, FAANPublish On: 2018-07-28
Leaving the area might take too long or put you in harm's way. In such a case, it may be safer for you to stay indoors than to go outside. “Sheltering in place” means to make a shelter out of the place in which you are.
Author: Tener Goodwin Veenema, PhD, MPH, MS, CPNP, FAAN
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company
“What a wonderful resource!"--Doody's Medical Reviews “The 4th Edition is unique in recognizing the rapid changes in both the causes of crises and the latest attempts to provide timely multidisciplinary approaches to the practice of this growing specialty...Evident throughout this edition is the call to identify crisis leadership among the increasingly talented base of nurses who have responsibility to move the profession to recognize and accept that they can be advocates for better planning, coordination, education and training.” - Frederick M. Burkle, Jr., MD, MPH, DTM, PhD(Hon.), FAAP, FACEP Senior Fellow & Scientist, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University & T.C. Chan School of Public Health From the Foreword “This impressive edition builds upon the solid foundation of the first three award-winning editions with an expanded focus on climate change related disasters, globalization and its implications for emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, the accommodation of high-risk, high-vulnerability populations, and the potential for disaster arising from a world witnessing increasing community violence and civil unrest.” -Patricia M. Davidson, PhD, MED, RN, FAAN Professor & Dean, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing From the Foreword “The contributing authors read like a “Who’s Who” of disaster leaders. They lend their special expertise and insights, which are supported and elucidated by cogent learning strategies in the use of case studies, student questions, and packed content in all areas of disaster participation, preparedness, policies, and research. For over 16 years [this book] has been the hallmark text in its field and this edition proves to be the best ever.” -Loretta C. Ford, RN, PNP, EdD Dean Emeritus, University of Rochester School of Nursing Founder of the National Nurse Practitioner Program Member, National Women’s Hall of Fame Featuring the most current, valid, and reliable evidence-based content available, this three-time AJN winner once again presents an unparalleled resource for disaster and emergency preparedness. Disasters lay heavy burdens upon healthcare systems that stretch all levels of society. While natural and man-made disasters are not new, the global nature, rate, type, and totality of their impact has only increased. The fourth edition of this foundational text uniquely addresses the rapid changes in these crises and analyzes the latest attempts to provide timely, multidisciplinary healthcare. Nurses consistently comprise seventy or more percent of responders to local, national, regional, and global crises, and represent a potentially untapped resource to achieve surge capacity goals and optimize population health outcomes. Considering recent world events and increasing geopolitical tensions, Disaster Nursing and Emergency Preparedness, Fourth Edition now features expanded content on the ubiquitous threat of terrorism, potential detonation of thermonuclear weapons, emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, and increasing frequency and intensity of natural disasters from climate change. This text promotes competency-based expert nursing care during disasters and positive health outcomes for small and large populations consistent with the Federal Disaster Response Framework. Whenever possible, content is mapped to published core competencies for preparing health professions’ students for response to terrorism, disaster events, and public health emergencies. The fourth edition retains the clearly organized format in each chapter that includes an overview, learning objectives, a summary, and case study with reflective questions. New to the Fourth Edition: Addresses the most recent landmark agreements Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015–2030, the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, and the Paris Climate Agreement Covers public health emergencies involving community violence and civil unrest Expands coverage of planning for and accommodating high-risk, high-vulnerability populations Aligns with the U.S. National Health Security Strategy and the National Planning Frameworks Provides focused content on medical countermeasures Includes an improved instructor package with guide, PowerPoint slides, and case studies with questions for reflection in every chapter
emergency management officials make a more informed decision to direct the public to evacuate or to shelter-in-place. Most people in the United States had not heard of the term shelter-in-place until the September 11, 2001, ...
Author: K. Bradley Penuel
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Although now a growing and respectable research field, crisis management—as a formal area of study—is relatively young, having emerged since the 1980s following a succession of such calamities as the Bhopal gas leak, Chernobyl nuclear accident, Space Shuttle Challenger loss, and Exxon Valdez oil spill. Analysis of organizational failures that caused such events helped drive the emerging field of crisis management. Simultaneously, the world has experienced a number of devastating natural disasters: Hurricane Katrina, the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, etc. From such crises, both human-induced and natural, we have learned our modern, tightly interconnected and interdependent society is simply more vulnerable to disruption than in the past. This interconnectedness is made possible in part by crisis management and increases our reliance upon it. As such, crisis management is as beneficial and crucial today as information technology has become over the last few decades. Crisis is varied and unavoidable. While the examples highlighted above were extreme, we see crisis every day within organizations, governments, businesses and the economy. A true crisis differs from a "routine" emergency, such as a water pipe bursting in the kitchen. Per one definition, "it is associated with urgent, high-stakes challenges in which the outcomes can vary widely (and are very negative at one end of the spectrum) and will depend on the actions taken by those involved." Successfully engaging, dealing with, and working through a crisis requires an understanding of options and tools for individual and joint decision making. Our Encyclopedia of Crisis Management comprehensively overviews concepts and techniques for effectively assessing, analyzing, managing, and resolving crises, whether they be organizational, business, community, or political. From general theories and concepts exploring the meaning and causes of crisis to practical strategies and techniques relevant to crises of specific types, crisis management is thoroughly explored. Features & Benefits: A collection of 385 signed entries are organized in A-to-Z fashion in 2 volumes available in both print and electronic formats. Entries conclude with Cross-References and Further Readings to guide students to in-depth resources. Selected entries feature boxed case studies, providing students with "lessons learned" in how various crises were successfully or unsuccessfully managed and why. Although organized A-to-Z, a thematic "Reader's Guide" in the front matter groups related entries by broad areas (e.g., Agencies & Organizations, Theories & Techniques, Economic Crises, etc.). Also in the front matter, a Chronology provides students with historical perspective on the development of crisis management as a discrete field of study. The work concludes with a comprehensive Index, which—in the electronic version—combines with the Reader's Guide and Cross-References to provide thorough search-and-browse capabilities. A template for an "All-Hazards Preparedness Plan" is provided the backmatter; the electronic version of this allows students to explore customized response plans for crises of various sorts. Appendices also include a Resource Guide to classic books, journals, and internet resources in the field, a Glossary, and a vetted list of crisis management-related degree programs, crisis management conferences, etc.
Websites on Sheltering in Place . http://www.scchealth.org/docs/ doche / bt / interim.html Warning , Evacuation and In - Place Protection Handbook , Emergency Management Division , Michigan Division of Emergency Management , 1994.
Every home should have a Depending on the type of emergency, and assuming that your primary residence is alright and utilities are working, “sheltering in place” may be a proper first response to ensure survival. A shelter-in-place can ...
Author: LG Wellington
Publisher: Blue Star Books
Category: Social Science
This book will introduce you to a wealth of information on emergency preparation, and will provide your family or organization with important strategies, insights, tips, guidelines, and lists on how to prepare for a disaster. Survival planning is nothing more than realizing a disaster could happen that would put everyone in a survival situation and, with that in mind, taking steps to increase your chances of survival. Although helping others is certainly meaningful, worthwhile, and in some cases, necessary, the main emphasis of all household or organization team members should be to purchase, gather, and store resources and supplies for your own team members. Everyone must be encouraged and expected to provide for themselves. We have been encouraged through religious, education, scientific, and government media to prepare for these future events.
Author: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory CommissionPublish On: 1990
The exact nature of the sheltering option , particularly as it affects the transient populations that use the New Hampshire ... 125 For the transient beach population that has transportation , a “ shelter - in - place ” directive would ...