ARTIGO: REAÇÕES HUMANAS
Autor: Marcelo Tubis Ludovico –
engenheiro Químico, de segurança do Trabalho e especialista em Gestão de Emergência e Desastres
Foto: Paula Barcellos

Planejamento de emergências deve prever  várias situações inusitadas de comportamento como o pânico




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