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Disaster and Emergency Preparedness

Organizations and resources for disaster and emergency preparedness planning.

Published May 23, 2005





DisasterHelp

Description:A massive US government resource site with hundreds of links to detailed information sources on disaster issues. Click on the Quick Links for a sitemap that lists all of the resources in a quick and orderly manner.

Disaster and Emergency Services on the Internet

Description: The Radio Amateurs' Emergency Network in Staffordshire site features hundreds of US and international disaster organization links.

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Description:Homeland security, National Fire Academy, Urban Search and Rescue, Financial relief for floods and other disasters, and Security alerts. Self-study courses for online disaster certification courses.



HEICS Hospital Emergency Incident Command System

Description:This plan incorporates incident command systems into hospital emergency plans. It was developed and applied in California under government supervision. This link is to download all documents to implement the system.

Homeland Security

Description:
General civilian emergency preparedness information.

Wisconsin Emergency Management Department

Description:Hazard mitigation, warnings, communication, disaster response and recovery, Hazmat, Radiological incidents, training.

Iowa Hospital Association

Description:Weekly newsletters, educational calendar, career information, disaster preparedness information.

National Fire Protection Association

Description: Information on fire safety, life safety code, and emergency preparedness.

The Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Association

Description:A private emergency preparedness organization with information resources, training, and extensive links to organizations that respond internationally and nationally to disaster situations.



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