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3. Awareness and Education
Pages 17-20

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... Dramatic, easily recognizable graphic symbols signifying each natural hazard should be created and wiclely publicized to identify impending emergencies and quickly alert the public to the degree of seriousness and the imminence of danger. To stimulate public awareness, brochures, posters, games, calendars, museum exhibits, public service announcements (for print, radio, and television)
From page 18...
... Figure 2. WILDLAND HOME FIRE RISK METER Practical, easy-to-use materials can give people the information they need: to protect their homes and!
From page 19...
... Disaster education is essential in the training of the government and private sector professionals, emergency management personnel, and emergency service providers who have the major responsibility for mitigation anti emergency response. Professional continuing education programs on mitigating the effects of natural disasters should be made widely available through colleges, universities, ant!
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... The spectacular damage caused to the highway arid! Infringe systems of the San Frarlcisco Bay area dIu ring the Loma Prieta earthquake is loeingst?

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