This paper outlines some general principles of emergency preparedness and response that are relevant to occupational health. This is followed by a brief summary of what ‘occupational health’ means. It then discusses occupational health aspects of emergency preparedness and response from two perspectives; firstly, when occupational health supports the impacted business line, and secondly, when occupational health itself might be affected by an emergency and needs to address its own business continuity.

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