Design Manual for Health Services Facilities in the Caribbean with particular reference to Natural Harzards and Other Low-frequency Events
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This document is addressed to those who commission, manage and monitor capital works projects in the health sector. It is also addressed to those who design such projects. It is important that the owners or custodians and the designers of healthcare facilities have a common understanding of the objectives and performance expectations of such facilities in the face of natural hazards. This document will go some way in filling that gap which exists at present.
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