|"emergency plan" for a cohousing community?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Sophie Glasser (sophiemosaicjoygmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2018 14:00:58 -0700 (PDT)|
Hello, Do any cohousing communities have an “emergency plan”? Specifically what to do if there is a safety threat to everyone from weather, fire, etc and you need to make sure everyone is alerted quickly? e.g. a tornado is suddenly predicted to touch down soon and people should go to basements, or there is a nearby fire in the woods and people should evacuate, etc. We can certainly have a cell phone “group” that could alert everyone at once but what do you have in place for people who don’t always look at cell/email or who keep their cell phones off at night etc.? Also how do you decide as to when it is truly an “emergency”? Thanks for sharing what you have in place in your community. —Sophie of Mosaic-Commons
"emergency plan" for a cohousing community? Sophie Glasser, September 17 2018
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