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Hazard Vulnerability - Analysis

What is a hazard vulnerability analysis?  

Any examples are for illustrative purposes only.

The identification of potential emergencies and the direct and indirect effects these emergencies may have on the staffing firm's operation and demand for its services. If the firm has multiple locations, each office location is required to have its own HVA.  A common, but not prescribed, practice is to utilize a grid style HVA tool that will comprehensively capture all the potential risks.

Manual: Health Care Staffing Services
Chapter: Leadership HSLD
Last reviewed by Standards Interpretation: February 08, 2022 Represents the most recent date that the FAQ was reviewed (e.g. annual review).
First published date: April 11, 2016 This Standards FAQ was first published on this date.
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