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Federal Facilities: Selected Facilitiesäó» Emergency Plans Generally Reflect Federal Guidance
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Joseph Kirschbaun (au); Mark Goldstein (au)
Recent emergencies, such as earthquakes in the nationäó»s capital, have raised concerns about how prepared federal agencies are in the 9,600 facilities owned or leased by the Gen. Services Admin. (GSA) and protected by the Dept. of Homeland Securityäó»s (DHSäó»s) Federal Protective Service (FPS) to safely evacuate occupants in federal buildings. All federal agencies are required to prepare occupant emergency plans (OEPs) for their facilities, which describe actions agencies should take to plan for a safe evacuation during an emergency. This report provides information on how prepared GSA-owned and -leased facilities are to evacuate occupants during an emergency. It describes (1) who is responsible for ensuring that federal facilities have OEPs in place and the extent to which selected facilitiesäó» OEPs reflect federal guidance; and (2) the evacuation challenges, if any, selected facilities experienced and what actions, if any, they reported taking to address these issues. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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