Preparedness

The national preparedness refers to the actions taken to   plan, organize, equip, train, and exercise to build and   sustain the capabilities necessary to prevent, protect   against, mitigate the effects of, respond to, and recover   from those threats that pose the greatest risk to the   security of the Nation. 

The disaster preparedness is a continuous and integrated process resulting from a wide range of contributors, resources and activities strengthening community-based disaster preparedness through national programs for the community, and through direct support of the communities own activities.

The National Center of Security and Protection supports preparedness by conducting comprehensive research and analysis; developing policies; defining necessary capabilities required to address threats; implementing state-of-the-art training and education for the first responders, emergency personnel, local public health and medical facility staff and communities; and providing direct and adequate assistance to communities.

NATSP research addresses to advance the preparedness for achieving National Preparedness Goal. NATSP develops disaster preparedness educational and training programs, and provides Preparedness Education and Training for the Communities.

v  NATSP’s objectives:

  Research focused on preparedness

  Education and training for the Community members

  Education and training for the Community health care providers

  Education and training for the Community first responders

 

 

 

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