To help NCAPER serve you, please complete the following report about the crisis you've experienced, along with its impact.
Describe any physical damage to your facility and/or equipment, materials, etc.
Emergency protective measures are measures taken before, during, and after a disaster to save lives, protect public health and safety, and prevent damage to improved public and private properties.
Debris removal activities, such as clearance, removal and disposal of debris that is in the public best interest, based on whether the work: eliminates immediate threats to lives, public health and safety; eliminates immediate threats of significant damage to improved public or private property; ensures economic recovery of the affected community to the benefit of the community at large; or mitigates the risk to life and property by removing substantially damaged structures.
Facility or Equipment Damage
Work required to restore or repair damage to its pre-crisis design, function, and capacity, in accordance with certain codes and standards (i.e., repair or replacement of structural and non-structural building components, including mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, contents and equipment within the building, and furnishings; and repair or replacement of vehicles and construction equipment)
Post-Crisis Service Interruption Costs
Income loss due to operational interruption and/or program/event cancellation including lost ticket/admission revenues.