Quick links to resources and information regarding emergency management, tabletop exercises and trainings.
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Tools and resources from the Centers for Disease Control on communicating your message clearly and affectively to your audience the first time.
Watch this YouTube video on the scientifically supported plan of action that could save thousands of lives during a nuclear fallout.
This document briefly explains various radiation-related terms and concepts in an easy to read format.
For public, media, a health physicist, or a scientist you can either find answers or submit questions or ask the Health Physics Society experts.
The key to early medical management of internalized radioactive materials is not necessarily is radiation dose magnitude estimation.
FEMA developed a standardized program that includes common terminology for exercise design, development, conduct, evaluation, and improvement planning. Read about alternative options and actions.
Although no numeric rating may result from qualitative assessments and responses, one can certainly provide solid qualitative evidence that an exercise was effective through subjective post exercise evaluations/critiques provided by exercise participants.
Attacks both domestically and internationally have pushed legislation into domestic resilience, combating terrorism, incident command, and disaster preparedness.
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