The National Response Plan (NRP) establishes a comprehensive all-hazards approach to enhance the ability of the U.S. to manage domestic incidents. The Plan incorporates best practices and procedures from incident management disciplines - homeland security, emergency management, law enforcement, firefighting, public works, public health, responder and recovery worker health and safety, emergency medical services and the private sector - and integrates them into a unified structure. It forms the basis of how federal departments and agencies will work together and how the federal government will coordinate with state, local and tribal governments and the private sector during incidents.
It establishes protocol to help protect the nation from terrorist attacks and other natural and man-made hazards; save lives; protect public health, safety, property and the environment; and reduces adverse psychological consequences and disruptions to the American way of life.
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