This toolkit was developed to assist Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA) member hospitals with developing and improving their mass casualty response plans. The toolkit includes suggested preparedness and response actions for clinical and non-clinical departments that would be involved in mass casualty incident response, as well as related training, drills, and exercises.
These guidelines have been produced to help the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement better manage the risks associated with weapon contamination resulting from conventional weapons and/or chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear hazards.
Researchers developed a checklist that rapidly distinguishes most anthrax from nonanthrax illnesses based on clinical presentation and identifies patients requiring diagnostic testing after a population exposure.
The US National Health Security Strategy (NHSS) is intended to help galvanize efforts to minimize the health consequences associated with significant health incidents.
The ReadyAG© workbook is designed to help farm and ranch owners be better prepared to deal with disasters. ReadyAG provides worsheets to help identify vulnerable areas of production and management; prioritize areas to strengthen; rreate an action plan; develop an accurate inventory of assets; and identify and engage local critical services.
The European Commission’s Action Plan to enhance preparedness against CBRN security risks is part of its larger anti-terrorism package.
This book was designed to be used as a reference for training and operations in preparing and disposing of contaminated animal and plant materials.
Foot and mouth disease, avian influenza, and emergency hazard management and response plans were among the topics discussed.
This paper discusses the roles and responsibilities of law enforcement in responding to an agroterror incident.
CBRN response can be a complex operation requiring a number of activities and competencies at different response stages.