Emergency Preparedness Program
Rapidly respond to public health emergencies through assessment and reduction of
environmental health threats to human health.
- Prevent communicable disease and contamination of food and water.
- Develop and monitor environmental health information.
- Inspect and control sanitation measures.
- Ensure safe water and wastewater disposal.
- Control disease vectors and potential epidemics.
- Facilitate laboratory testing of food and water.
- Inspect facilities and shelters.
Water Interruption Brochure
Preventing Mold After a Disaster (YouTube Video)
Environmental Health Emergency Response Manual
Management Agency (GEMA)
FEMA's Incident Command System (ICS) Resource Center
Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response (EHTER)