A few days ago, I posted news about two new resources: (1) NFPA 1600 and (2) National Mitigation Framework from FEMA. In reviewing the hit count for recent postings, I see that the first mentioned got 278 hits and the second one got 10. of 5/8.
That is quite a sizable difference and I would be interesting in knowing why (1) is of so much greater interest than (2). The Diva keeps trying to guess what readers will find interesting and useful, but it is not an easy task!
Update: As Bill Cumming notes in his comments below, “NFPA 1600 is probably the best known voluntary standard in the EM and public safety and Fire Service community. It has evolved over time and now is a mandatory standard in some States and local government circles. Thus the wide interest in its coverage and evolution.”