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Thor - You might consider a Building Occupancy Resumption Program which is
considered a Best Practice in CA. (That's California not Canada...) Here's a
link with a summary and which has a link to other info.

http://www.quake06.org/quake06/best_practices/BORP.pdf


Fred Turner, Staff Structural Engineer, California Seismic Safety
Commission, a public policy advisory agency, Turner(--nospam--at)stateseismic.com, 1755
Creekside Oaks Dr. #100 Sacramento, CA 95833 Phone: 916-263-5506 Ext. 227 or
916-263-0582 Fax: 916-263-0594


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