Using NFPA 1300 as a Tool to Comply with CMS Requirements for an Emergency Preparedness Program

The National Fire Protection Agency's new Standard on Community Risk Assessment and Community Risk Reduction Plan Development is based on an all-hazards approach and aligns well with the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule. This standard calls for providers to take three steps: conduct a risk assessment, develop a community risk reduction plan, and implement and evaluate the plan.
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