Are You Ready? Guide Provides a step-by-step approach to disaster preparedness by walking the reader through how to get informed about local emergency plans, how to identify hazards that affect their local area, and how to develop and maintain an emergency communications plan and disaster supplies kit.
Hotlines and Helplines
For additional assistance about specific aspects of worker health and safety associated with potential anthrax exposure, contact the following hotlines or helplines.
Notices to Readers Immunization Hotline. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) 46(35);826, (1997, September 5). Provides vaccine information through the National Immunization Hotline. For English, call 1-800-232-2522; por Español, llame al 800-232-2522.
Contact AVIP Agency. US Department of Defense (DOD). Provides the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program (AVIP) Information Line: TOLL FREE: 1-877-GET-VAC (1-877 438-8222).
For state and local response planning:
Contact Us. US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA). Provides grants to state and local training programs for terrorist preparedness.
Contact Us. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Provides the Emergency Preparedness & Response Branch Hotline for local, state and federal agencies: 770-488-7100 (24/7 Emergency Operations Center). This line also assists health care providers with questions on emergency patient care. NOTE: This line is not intended for the general public.
The Laboratory Response Network Partners in Preparedness. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Maintains an integrated network of state and local public health, federal, military, and international laboratories that can respond to bioterrorism, chemical terrorism and other public health emergencies.
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