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Fire safety and emergency response

Organizations are required to make preparations for emergency/crisis situations.

An emergency preparedness plan must address a number of emergency situations dealing with various risks such as:

  • Fire and hazardous materials
  • Coping with earthquakes
  • War

Fire safety and dealing with fire are based on the provisions of the Building and Planning Law and the instructions of the Homefront Command.