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Accessible Emergency Preparedness Videos
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Over the past few years Americans have experienced both natural and man made disasters. In an effort to better inform the community the Northeast Texas Public Health District has compiled 18 Emergency Preparedness Topics and formatted the information to be friendly to deaf, blind, and limited sight populations. The information is in video and downloadable document format for public use. Videos cover general emergency preparedness, basic first aid, chemical emergencies, earthquakes, food safety, heat safety, infectious disease, insect/animal hazards, landslides, nuclear events, radiological events, shelter in place, terrorism, mass casualty/explosions, flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes, and winter storms.
All-Hazards, Disability, Environmental Health, Food Safety, Infectious Diseases, Radiation Preparedness, Vulnerable Populations
Northeast Texas Public Health District
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