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Emergency management refers to the process of preparing for, responding to, and recovering from any event or situation that poses a threat to life, property, or the environment. It involves coordinating resources, personnel, and procedures to mitigate risks and ensure a timely and effective response.

Some examples of major emergency scenarios include fire, explosion, accidents, medical emergencies, flooding, power outages, and earthquakes.

Below is a presentation dedicated to Emergency Management at the University:

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