Emergency Management

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Jul 20, 2017
Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP)


HPP promotes a sustained national focus to improve patient outcomes, minimize the need for supplemental state and federal resources during emergencies, and enable rapid recovery.

Source: PHE

Dec 01, 2016
Emergency Preparedness: Preparing hospitals for disasters


The CHA Hospital Preparedness Program (HPP) was established with funding provided by the federal hospital preparedness grant program, but may include relevant information for other locations.

Source: CHA

Apr 01, 2015
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Preparedness Resources for Healthcare Facilities


These resources are intended for individuals at healthcare facilities tasked with ensuring that their facility is as prepared as possible for an emergency.

Source: CDC

Dec 01, 2004
OSHA Best Practices for Hospital-based First Receivers of Victims from Mass Casualty Incidents Involving the Release of Hazardous Substances


This document is designed to provide hospitals with practical information to assist them in developing and implementing emergency management plans that address the protection of hospital-based emergency department personnel during the receipt of contaminated victims.

Source: OSHA

Jan 01, 2003
Oregon Emergency Management


The purpose of Oregon Emergency Management is to maintain an emergency services system during times of emergencies or disasters in Oregon.

Source: OEM

Jan 01, 2003
Guidance for Protecting Building Environments from Airborne Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Attacks


This May 2002 DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2002-139 document identifies actions that a building owner or manager can implement without undue delay to enhance occupant protection from an airborne chemical, biological, or radiological attack.

Source: CDC