We’re focusing our monthly display on emergency preparedness since September is National Preparedness Month. You might notice that we’ve included some lessons learned documents on our table. Enjoy!

  • Incident management handbook
  • Hurricane toolkit: Recovery after the storm
  • Kit informativo para huracanes: La recuperacion despues de la tormenta
  • Installation evacuation planning handbook
  • Preparing makes sense. Get ready now.
  • Contingency and disaster planning
  • Protecting America’s resources during pollution emergencies
  • Disaster response: Promoting recovery, hope, and a new beginning
  • HUD disaster recovery initiative
  • How can the federal government better assist state and local governments in preparing for a biological, chemical or nuclear attack?
  • Natural disaster reduction: A plan for the nation
  • A failure of initiative
  • Hurricane Katrina: A nation still unprepared
  • Florida: 1997-1999 winter storms
  • The federal response to hurricane Katrina: Lessons learned
  • The plan to coordinate NEHRP post-earthquake investigations
  • The role of law enforcement in public health emergencies: Special considerations for an all-hazards approach
  • Lessons learned from 9/11: DNA identification in mass fatality incidents
  • Responding to terrorism victims: Oklahoma City and beyond
  • Guide for the selection of chemical and biological decontamination equipment for emergency first responders
  • Guide for the selection of communication equipment for emergency first responders
  • Knowing what to do in an emergency could be the difference between life and death … … let the Superintendent of Documents help prepare you for the unexpected with its family of emergency response publications
  • Are you ready? A guide to citizen preparedness
  • Heralding unheard voices: The role of faith-based and non-governmental organizations during disaster
  • Ready for anything: A disaster planning manual for runaway and homeless youth programs
  • Preparing for the “Big One” saving lives through earthquake mitigation in Los Angeles, California
  • NDMS: Catastrophic care
  • North American plan for animal and pandemic influenza
  • Coal seam fire: Burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation plan
  • Your guide … what to do in an emergency or disaster
  • Responding to disasters: Policies and procedures
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