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Hospital Staffing for Decontamination

In the new post 9 11 world the emergency community can no longer afford the luxury of compartmentalization Planning cooperation and training together all will be needed 8211 along with additional funds
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Needed: Smarter Security

Since 9 11 many positive steps have been taken to better protect the American people and the U S homeland from new terrorist attacks But some of those steps have been in the wrong direction and others were unnecessary
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Oregon, Nebraska, Tennessee, and Kentucky

Oregon¬†City of Portland Selected for Terrorism Exercise in 2007Portland, Ore., one of the fifteen cities that applied to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in 2004, has been chosen as one of two sites for the ‚ÄúTOPOFF4‚ÄĚ exercise scheduled for 2007. The Oregon Office of Homeland Security (OOHS) is
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Rosie the Riveter and Homeland Security

Rosie the Riveter was the poster girl for the U S arsenal of democracy that played a major role in the WWII Allied victory She has been recalled to active duty in the U S led global war on terrorism and last week made a personal appearance at the Home
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Arkansas, New Jersey and Alaska

Arkansas¬†Arkansas Department Of Emergency Management (ADEM)The vision of the ADEM states, ‚ÄúThe Arkansas Department of Emergency Management will be the¬†recognized leader nationwide for state-level homeland security and¬†disaster preparedness programs, policies, and procedures by 2010.‚ÄĚ In keeping with this vision, the ADEM has implemented a list of Suggested Protective Measures for
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State Defense Forces: An Untapped Resource

With a high percentage of the U S active duty forces and Reserve and National Guard units as well now deployed overseas the nation 8217 s governors may be hard pressed to cope with in state disasters The SDFs provide a quick response low cost experience
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Days of Reckoning: The Maximum Effort

In times of major disasters natural or manmade few if any hospitals or other agencies have the personnel and other resources needed to handle all the casualties But a good start can be made by planning ahead training working with other hospitals and
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The North Shore – LIJ Approach to Patient Decontamination

‚ÄúTrain everybody to do decon [decontamination],‚ÄĚ says Frank Califano, safety services specialist assigned to Network Emergency Management for the North Shore – LIJ Health System in Long Island, N.Y. ‚ÄúEverybody includes security guards, pharmacists, dieticians, and folks from the environmental services. It takes a lot of people to set up
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Hospital Staffing for Decontamination

In the new post 9 11 world the emergency community can no longer afford the luxury of compartmentalization Planning cooperation and training together all will be needed 8211 along with additional funds
Read More ¬Ľ

Needed: Smarter Security

Since 9 11 many positive steps have been taken to better protect the American people and the U S homeland from new terrorist attacks But some of those steps have been in the wrong direction and others were unnecessary
Read More ¬Ľ

Oregon, Nebraska, Tennessee, and Kentucky

Oregon¬†City of Portland Selected for Terrorism Exercise in 2007Portland, Ore., one of the fifteen cities that applied to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in 2004, has been chosen as one of two sites for the ‚ÄúTOPOFF4‚ÄĚ exercise scheduled for 2007. The Oregon Office of Homeland Security (OOHS) is
Read More ¬Ľ

Rosie the Riveter and Homeland Security

Rosie the Riveter was the poster girl for the U S arsenal of democracy that played a major role in the WWII Allied victory She has been recalled to active duty in the U S led global war on terrorism and last week made a personal appearance at the Home
Read More ¬Ľ

Arkansas, New Jersey and Alaska

Arkansas¬†Arkansas Department Of Emergency Management (ADEM)The vision of the ADEM states, ‚ÄúThe Arkansas Department of Emergency Management will be the¬†recognized leader nationwide for state-level homeland security and¬†disaster preparedness programs, policies, and procedures by 2010.‚ÄĚ In keeping with this vision, the ADEM has implemented a list of Suggested Protective Measures for
Read More ¬Ľ
The feet of soldiers in army camouflage marching in formation

State Defense Forces: An Untapped Resource

With a high percentage of the U S active duty forces and Reserve and National Guard units as well now deployed overseas the nation 8217 s governors may be hard pressed to cope with in state disasters The SDFs provide a quick response low cost experience
Read More ¬Ľ

Business Continuity Planning Standards: A Search for Normalcy

Acceptance of prevailing standards often means we have no standards of our own. ~ Jean Toomer (1894 – 1967) U.S. author, poetWhat is a standard? More specifically, what is a Business Continuity (BC) standard? In general, standards provide preparedness models that private-sector organizations can use when they want to establish
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DomPrep.com Gets An Upgrade

November 11 2003 will mark the FIFTH anniversary of this site This rebuild will continue to integrate the professional DomesticPreparedness communities with industry
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