Athens County Emergency Management Agency Preparedness

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A project that was done for the Athens County Ohio Emergency Management Agency for a volunteer that does talks on disaster preparedness.

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  • http://www.house.gov/shays/news/2005/september/PETS.pdf
  • http://www.house.gov/shays/news/2005/september/PETS.pdf












  • Athens County Emergency Management Agency Preparedness

    1. 1. Athens County EMA Info
    2. 2. Athens County EMA Info Planning
    3. 3. Athens County EMA Info Planning Mitigation
    4. 4. Athens County EMA Info Planning Mitigation Responding
    5. 5. Athens County EMA Info Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery
    6. 6. Why EMA is needed?
    7. 7. Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery
    8. 8. Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery Needs assessment and how they’re addressed
    9. 9. Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery Needs Lessening assessment vulnerability and how they’re addressed
    10. 10. Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery Needs Lessening Procuring assessment vulnerability needs of First and how Responders they’re addressed
    11. 11. Planning Mitigation Responding Recovery Needs Lessening Procuring Damage assessment vulnerability needs of First assessments and how Responders for State/ they’re Federal Relief & addressed tracking relief efforts
    12. 12. 2009 Ice & Wind Storms Were you ready?
    13. 13. What do I need to be prepared?
    14. 14. Water
    15. 15. Water How much do I need?
    16. 16. Water How much do I need? How should I store water?
    17. 17. Water How much do I need? How should I store water? Water containers?
    18. 18. Food
    19. 19. Food Ready to eat
    20. 20. Food Ready to eat Canned juices, milk, soup
    21. 21. Food Ready to eat Canned juices, milk, soup Staples
    22. 22. Food Ready to eat Canned juices, milk, soup Staples High energy foods
    23. 23. Food Ready to eat Canned juices, milk, soup Staples High energy foods Comfort/ stress foods
    24. 24. First Aid Kit
    25. 25. First Aid Kit What should it contain?
    26. 26. First Aid Kit What should it contain? Non-prescription drugs
    27. 27. Clothing, Bedding & Sanitation
    28. 28. Clothing, Bedding & Sanitation How much clothing?
    29. 29. Clothing, Bedding & Sanitation How much clothing? Bedding?
    30. 30. Clothing, Bedding & Sanitation How much clothing? Bedding? Sanitation items
    31. 31. Tools
    32. 32. Tools What kind?
    33. 33. Special items
    34. 34. Special items Baby items
    35. 35. Special items Baby items Family Documents
    36. 36. Special items Baby items Family Documents Cash & Coins
    37. 37. Special items Baby items Family Documents Cash & Coins Entertainment items
    38. 38. Medicines
    39. 39. Medicines Vitamins
    40. 40. Medicines Vitamins Non-prescriptions
    41. 41. Medicines Vitamins Non-prescriptions Prescriptions
    42. 42. Special Needs
    43. 43. Special Needs Impairments
    44. 44. Special Needs Impairments Single parent families
    45. 45. Special Needs Impairments Single parent families Non-English neighbors
    46. 46. Special Needs Impairments Single parent families Non-English neighbors Other challenges
    47. 47. Before Winter Storms/ Extreme Cold
    48. 48. Before Winter Storms/ Extreme Cold Prepare your home & family
    49. 49. Before Winter Storms/ Extreme Cold Prepare your home & family Prepare your car
    50. 50. Before Winter Storms/ Extreme Cold Prepare your home & family Prepare your car Extra supplies
    51. 51. During a Winter Storm
    52. 52. During a Winter Storm Guidelines
    53. 53. During a Winter Storm Guidelines If you are outdoors
    54. 54. During a Winter Storm Guidelines If you are outdoors If you are driving
    55. 55. During a Winter Storm Guidelines If you are outdoors If you are driving
    56. 56. Laws affecting animals in disaster
    57. 57. Laws affecting animals in disaster President Bush Signs H.R. 3858, the quot;Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act of 2006quot;
    58. 58. Laws affecting animals in disaster President Bush Signs H.R. 3858, the quot;Pets Evacuation and Transportation Standards Act of 2006quot; In order to qualify for Federal Emergency Management Agency funding, a city or state is required to submit a plan detailing its disaster preparedness program. The PETS Act would simply require that the State and local emergency preparedness authorities include how they will accommodate households with pets or service animals when presenting these plans to the FEMA.
    59. 59. Basic Disaster Planning for Animals
    60. 60. Basic Disaster Planning for Animals Two Simple Steps
    61. 61. Basic Disaster Planning for Animals Two Simple Steps Have a safe way to transport your animal
    62. 62. Basic Disaster Planning for Animals Two Simple Steps Have a safe way to transport your animal Know where you are going to take your animals
    63. 63. Animal Disaster Kit
    64. 64. Are you ready?
    65. 65. Tammy Hann- Harlan bttymom@aol.com 7407531529 H 9376578839 c 20

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