EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS KIT

In an emergency, seconds count. Work with your family today to prepare an emergency preparedness kit. Click here for a list of items to include in your kit.


DISASTER KITS


EMERGENCY FOOD AND WATER

  

 

                     FLOOD RECOVERY

2010 Flood Brochure     
Children's Health in the Aftermath of Flooding  
Cleaning and Disinfecting After a Flood  
Disinfecting Wells Following an Emergency           
Evaluating Water-Damaged Electrical Equipment  
Fact Sheet for Restaurants after a Flood
FAQs About Cleaning Flooded Basements     
FAQs About Mold - Iowa Dept of Public Health   
Flood Hazards and Safety Precautions    
Flooding and Child Care  
Flooding and Stored Grain - ISU Extension  
Food Salvage When Flooding Occurs   
Food Service Reopening Requirements    
Guidelines for Handling Water-Damaged Electrical  
Equipment  
Hand Hygiene and Protective Gloves - OSHA   
Helping Families Deal with the Stress 
       of Relocation After a Disaster  
Hiring Contractors After a Disaster - ISU  
How to Sort Flood Debris for Pickup 
ISU Monona County Extension Service-Disaster 
      Recovery   
ISU Monona County Extension Service-Flooding    
Kill Germs with Bleach  
Minimizing Flooded Building Damage i.e. Mold -      ISU Extension Website    
Mosquito Surveillance and Control
   
Protect Yourself from Animal Hazards  
Recommendations for Water Consumption  
Reentering a Flooded Home 
Repairing Your Flooded Home - FEMA  
Repairing Your Flooded Home - Iowa Dept of
      Public Safety  
Rodent Control  
Stress - How to Cope After a Disaster  
Water-Damaged Buildings Reference Documents  
West Nile Virus Fact Sheet  
West Nile Virus Fact Sheet for Senior Citizens    
West Nile Virus and Wildlife    
Fact Sheet on Mosquito Repellants  
Fact Sheet on DEET 



 

 

 

Monona County Public Health

Emergency Preparedness

What would you do in case of a disaster?  Would you be prepared?  Would you know where to go to get answers to your questions?  It is one of the goals of the Monona County Public Health Department to help you be prepared for whatever emergency or disaster may happen to you or your family. 

            PREPARING FOR A DISASTER               

 


WHAT TO DO AFTER A NATURAL DISASTER

 

 BE PREPARED IN CASE OF FLOODING

  •    Be Red Cross Ready - Make a Kit, Make a      
  •    Plan, Be Informed 
  •    FAQs About Boil Water Advisories - Residential  
  •    Flooded Private Sewage Systems 
  •    Food Safety During a Power Outage    
  •    Govenor Brandstad's Missouri River Flooding site  
  •    Iowa State University Extension Flood Newsletter 
  •    ISU Monona County Extension Flood Site  
  •    Key Facts About Flood Readiness
  •    Mosquito Bite Prevention 
  •    Preparing the Disabled for a Disaster  
  •    Propane Safety and Floods  
  •    Safe Food Handling Brochures - Also available 
  •       at the Monona County Environmental office 
  •    Tetanus-Immunization Flooding Fact Sheet 
  •    Underground Storage Tank Flood Guide - EPA  
  •    US Corps of Engineers Flood Projection Maps  
  •       From Sioux City to Omaha  
  •    What Should I Do When My Well Floods
  • Anchor Your Fuel Tanks
  • Be Red Cross Ready - Spanish Version  

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