If necessary, Collier County has a contingency framework plan within its Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan to respond to the oil spill.
What does CEMP stand for?
CEMP stands for Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan
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We have 66 other meanings of CEMP in our Acronym Attic
- Centro Medico de Orientacion y Planificacion (Spanish)
- Cemetery Operations Solutions (Rio Rancho, NM)
- US Army Corps of Engineers Mobilization and Operation Planning System
- Center for Electromagnetic Materials and Optical Systems (Massachusetts)
- CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program
- Certified Expert Mobile Security Professional (Lunarline School of Cybersecurity; various locations)
- Civil Emergency Management Program
- Columbus Environmental Management Project (Ohio)
- Community Environmental Management Programme
- Community Environmental Monitoring Program (Nevada Test Site radiation levels monitoring)
- Comprehensive Environmental Management Plan
- Construction Environmental Management Plan
- Corporate Environmental Management Program (University of Michigan, Business School)
- Corps of Engineers Directorate of Military Programs
- Cemeteries Political Action Fund (Texas)
- Communications-Electronics-Meteorology Program Aggregate Code
- Community Emergency Management Program Advisory Committee
- Center for Environmental Modeling for Policy Development (University fo North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
- Centre for Early Music Performance and Research (Department of Music; University of Birmingham; UK)
- Command Equipment Management Program Review
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recommendations State, local, nonprofit, and private emergency management professionals identified several key issues and made several implicit and explicit recommendations for the improvement of federal emergency management throughout the survey: * Recognize and develop comprehensive emergency management plans for the most likely types of catastrophic disasters: flooding, tornadoes, winter storms, fires, and chemical accidents.
Sarasota formed its current comprehensive emergency management plan (CEMP) after hurricanes Hugo and Andrew, basing it on state and local guidelines from the Federal Department of Emergency Management (FEMA).