evacuation policy

evacuation policy

1. Command decision establishing the maximum number of days that patients may be held within the command for treatment. Patients who, in the opinion of responsible medical officers, cannot be returned to a duty status within the period prescribed are evacuated by the first available means, provided the travelinvolved will not aggravate their disabilities.
2. A commanddecision concerning the movement of civilians from the proximityof military operations for security and safety reasons andinvolving the need to arrange for movement, reception, care, andcontrol of such individuals.
3. Command policy concerning theevacuation of unserviceable or abandoned materiel and includingdesignation of channels and destinations for evacuated materiel,the establishment of controls and procedures, and the dissemination of condition standards and dispositioninstructions. See also evacuation; patient.
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Depending upon the premises, if you go into the premises you could identify who was responsible for those particular premises and, if at all possible, search the premises for any suspicious device; at the same time discussing with the person responsible for the premises whether they had any evacuation policy, whether they wanted to invoke the evacuation policy."
Throughout the book there are sample safety policies, procedures and guidelines, including a sample surgical smoke evacuation policy example.
CSHs provide essential care within an area of operations (AO) by treating and returning to duty patients who can be treated within the theater evacuation policy. It serves a critical function in stabilizing and evacuating those patients who require definitive, convalescent, and rehabilitative care at a Role 4, such as Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Germany or a stateside medical treatment facility.
The fun point of the event was when a member of staff had to come and explain to the evacuation policy to us.
Meanwhile, the Travelodge has a high-spec fire alarm system in place and a full evacuation policy.
"I stress that it is an evacuation policy - it's just about getting people out of the building in a structured and logical way when a fire does occur.
Although the conclusion of the meeting was against the evacuation of the Golan Heights, the Israeli military commander in the north, David El-Azer, applied the evacuation policy nonetheless (Morris 309-310).
She revealed: "The hotel management and team followed the hotel's documented Full Evacuation policy and procedure.
As historian Mordechai Altshuler points out, escape and evacuation "marked the watershed between a chance to live and almost certain death." (2) Even if the Soviet evacuation policy did not favor Jews, close to a million-and-a-half Jews were saved by fleeing eastward to Central Asia and other hinterlands.
The government could not say the situation had been completely stabilised at the plant, but after studying the possibility of severe deterioration Tokyo was comfortable with the current evacuation policy, Goshi Hosono told the paper in an interview Saturday.