& Family Preparedness Network
This information resource was constructed in cooperation
FEMA Community & Family Preparedness Program.
Director of Research & Development
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA)
Consortium Graduate Studies
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Community & Family Preparedness Resources
- Ready.gov: Department of Homeland
Security. Overview, Make a Kit, Make a Plan, Be Informed -
Biological Threat, Chemical Threat, Explosions, Nuclear Blast,
- Are You Ready:
As the most comprehensive guide to personal emergency preparedness
published by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Are
You Ready? provides a step-by-step outline on how to prepare a
disaster supply kit, emergency planning for people with disabilities,
how to locate and evacuate to a shelter, and even contingency planning
for family pets.
- State Offices and
of Emergency Management
Education and Training
- Talking About
Disaster Guides: National Disaster Education Coalition
Preparedness & Planning for Pets, Livestock and Wildlife
FEMA Preparedness, Training & Exercises
Independent Study Courses
managers, government officials, responders, teachers, engineers,
building code officials can receive training related to emergency
by attending classes, completing independent
study courses, participating in Emergency
Education Network broadcasts, and viewing EENET videotapes.
Learning: Humanitarian University Consortium: Includes online
course information from FEMA, USDA and the U.S. Centers for Disease
Colorado Preservation Alliance: Disaster Recovery
Resource List. The Colorado Preservation Aliance, which is composed
of librarians, records managers, archivists, and genealogists, has
developed this site to give people rapid advice on various disasters.
Besides the state-wide action plan, there are full text publications on
various preservation techniques ans resource lists.
Disaster Education Network (a collaborative multi-state effort by
Extension Services across the country). A site designed to provide
access to resources on disaster preparedness, recovery, and mitigation.