This health and safety screener will help organizations identify where they need to make changes and build capacity in order to ensure children are healthy and safe while in their care.
Disasters take both emotional and financial tolls. Families recovering from disaster will find this information helpful in obtaining a financial balance after a disaster has hit. This booklet offers suggestions on steps to take immediately, what to do in the initial weeks and months, and how to begin planning again for the future.
Hazard mapping is a process that Head Start programs can use after an injury occurs. It helps to: 1) identify location(s) for high risk of injury; 2) pinpoint systems and services that need to be strengthened; 3) develop a corrective action plan; and 4) incorporate safety and injury prevention into ongoing monitoring activities. Hazard mapping is employed effectively in emergency preparedness planning related to natural disasters. It also is used to isolate locations of disease outbreaks and determine where prevention efforts are most needed.
Mold: Prevention and Remediation Strategies for the Control and Removal of Fungal Growth
Emergency Preparedness Tip Sheets