Emergency Response Resources: Storm/Flood and Hurricane Response

Recommendations for relief workers and emergency responders in hurricane disaster and recovery areas. Resources include assessment tools and guidelines for air quality, carbon monoxide, cleanup hazards, confined spaces, disaster site management, electrical hazards, falls, fire, hazardous materials, health care workers, heat stress, identifying and handling human remains, motor vehicles and machine safety, musculoskeletal hazards, protective equipment and clothing, stress, tree removal/chain saws, West Nile Virus, and more.

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Description

Recommendations for relief workers and emergency responders in hurricane disaster and recovery areas. Resources include assessment tools and guidelines for air quality, carbon monoxide, cleanup hazards, confined spaces, disaster site management, electrical hazards, falls, fire, hazardous materials, health care workers, heat stress, identifying and handling human remains, motor vehicles and machine safety, musculoskeletal hazards, protective equipment and clothing, stress, tree removal/chain saws, West Nile Virus, and more.

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Keyword Hurricane, Safety, Disaster, Emergency, Preparedness, Response, Hazards, Relief workers, Emergency responders, Guidelines, Recommendations
Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
Education Level
Date Last Modified 5/27/2011 17:27
Language English
Date Record Checked: 5/27/2011 0:00 (W3C-DTF)

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