ASCPA Disaster Preparedness
Each type of disaster requires different measures to keep your pets safe. The best thing you can do for yourself and your pets is to be prepared.
Disaster Preparedness & Response
This website provides a wealth of information on emergency management issues.
Disaster Preparedness Video for People with Disabilities: Prepare to Prosper!
Prepare to Prosper: The Positive Way to Prepare for Emergencies (with Audio Description)
This site provides a variety of articles on disaster preparedness and disaster recovery.
Disaster Response and Recovery
Homeland Security website.
Emergency Management: Penn State Online
This website at Penn State University provides award-winning articles and resources on emergency management.
Emergency Response Resources From CDC
This Central For disease Control and Prevention provides disaster preparedness resources on a host of topics.
This FEMA website provides an in-depth guide to disaster preparedness information.
National Center for Disaster Preparedness
Columbia University Research & Policy Analysis in Planning, Responding to, and Recovering from Disasters.
Red Cross Preparedness Information
Get the facts you need — before, during, and after a disaster or emergency situation. As the nation’s preeminent preparedness and safety training organization, the American Red Cross developed the following emergency-specific checklists using the latest research, science, best practices and expert opinion.
Video — YouTube
Landrieu Holds Disaster Preparedness Field Hearing (08/31/10).
YouTube Video – Emergency Preparedness 2012 Are You Ready? Earthquakes, Volcanoes, Disasters
Emergency Preparedness 2012. Are you ready for the possible coming disaster? This video gives a brief explanation of some of the scientific predictions and strange occurrences for the year 2012.
YouTube Video – Episode 1, Meet “Disaster” and “Preparedness”
Meet “Disaster” and “Preparedness” — two characters who will help you understand why you need to take personal responsibility to prepare yourself and your family for potential emergencies.