Emergency Preparedness: Assessment

A recovery house should have policies in place that ensure that you are doing what you can to prevent emergencies and you are prepared should they happen.(Required)
Having smoke alarms only in hallways or outside sleeping rooms is sufficient to meet quality standards.(Required)
There must be an appropriate inside location for smoking in all recovery home.(Required)
Using no more than three extension cords is approved to meet quality standards.(Required)
You can add elements to the resident Code of Conduct that are specifically designed to help prevent emergencies or unsafe situations.(Required)
Safety needs to be everyone’s responsibility, but there also must be at least one person who has the specific responsibility of implementing safety checklists to ensure they get done.(Required)
Emergency preparedness is something a recovery housing organization needs to consider on an ongoing basis.(Required)