Public Health Preparedness - Checklists & Tools

INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES

Checklists for family health information and emergency contact information have been prepared to help guide individuals and families.

Pandemic Influenza Planning for Individuals and Families

From www.ready.gov developed by the Department of Homeland Security

Basic Emergency Supplies Kit
Family Communication Plan
Readiness Plans Designed for Kids

From www.redcross.org developed by FEMA and the American Red Cross

Tools for Planning


COMMUNITY AND FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS

In the event of a disaster or pandemic illness, community and faith-based organizations will play an integral role.

From 
www.pandemicflu.gov  developed by the Department of HHS, CDC&P and the Department of Education

Checklist Planning for Community and Faith-Based Organizations


BUSINESSES

Business play a crucial role in protecting employees’ health and safety as well as limiting negative financial impact for their company.  As with any catastrophe, having a contingency plan is essential.

Checklist and Information for Businesses


SCHOOLS

These checklists provide tools to assist with disseminating health information, planning for staff and student absences, and maintaining a learning environment during a disaster or pandemic.

Checklist and Information for Schools and Universities for Planning


SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS

This checklist is customized for seniors, people with mobility concerns, and people with special needs.

Preparedness Information for People with Disabilities and Other Special Needs


PLANS FOR PETS

Caring for Your Pets


FOR GOVERNMENT AND STATE OFFICIALS

Preparing for a Pandemic Influenza: A Primer for Governors and Seniors State Officials
Business Continuity Planning


HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS

The following checklists, toolkit, and guidelines will assist healthcare providers and service organizations in planning for a pandemic outbreak.

CDC Planner for Medical Offices
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