Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (HVA) Tool

Use this tool to assist your multidisciplinary group in assessing and prioritizing exercises for potential hazards/risk. This will help facilities develop the required documentation for accrediting organizations and compliance with the Conditions of Participation. The excel based HVA tool will score your emergency preparedness using the all hazards approach and identify the potential hazards that need the most attention for exercise, mitigation and/or planning.



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Because of the critical nature of HVA, ASHE has made this tool available to the general public.

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ASHE authorizes the copy, use and customization of this template, by health care facilities for non-commercial use only. In consideration of this authorization, the user agrees that any copy of this document which the user makes shall retain all copyright and other proprietary notices that may be contained therein. ASHE accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information in this document.


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