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HELPERS in Central Iowa
Voices & Views Blog
Emergency Preparedness Links
Emergency Preparedness Documents
ASPR Tracie Website
Assistant Secretary of Preparedness and Response's resources site
Many valuable links--look on left side of main page to start with.
Chemical Hazards Emergency Medical Management
this is an excellent site for first rsponders, medical facilities and others in preparing for and properly managing chemical contaminations and related hazards
CMS- (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) Emergency Preparedness resources
This site features templtesand checklists to get your planning going, and al ot more resoruces such as Lessons learned. check it out!
a great site to understand healthcare coaltion concepts, rules, history, etc.
Karl Schmitt is a passionate advocate for hig-functioning capable, sustainable healthcare coalitions focused on disaster mitigation, preparedness, rsponse and recovery. the site uses estensive infographics to make understanding easier and Karl uses an extensive network of contacts to proved, explain and help curate the concpets, progress, and developments surrounding this topic. one of the only, if not the only website focused exclsuively on healthcare coalitions nationally.
acquiring a healthcare training video for staff active shooter responses
Training: Active Shooter Training Video
Active Shooter for Healthcare Training Video
Healthcare workers have 400 percent higher risk of falling victim to workplace violence compared to other private-sector industries. Through the video and training, you can prepare your staff and facility for the eventuality of an active shooter.
The MESH Coalition developed this video to help healthcare facilities develop policies and practices to deal with this growing concern and the rise in workplace violence.
It is our intention to make this video available to ANY healthcare facility, with the hope that they integrate it into their regular staff education.
The active shooter flash drive is priced at $8.00 to cover production costs, with $6.95 shipping.
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