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Keeping America's Food &
USDA provides producers, processors, providers, and consumers with information on how to
keep food and agriculture safe.
USDA Employee Emergency Information
Up-to-the-minute preparedness information for employees.
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
How APHIS Emergency Response fits into US Efforts. APHIS emergency response efforts make up part of a cohesive government-wide endeavor.
USDA Food and Nutrition Service
Nothing is more important than providing food when people find themselves suddenly, and often critically, in need following a
storm, earthquake, flood or other disaster emergency.
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Be Ready for an Emergency
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has compiled information to educate consumers on how
to be ready to deal with an emergency situation.
Find out how the U.S. Department of
Homeland Security is Keeping You Safe
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security offers information on how it is keeping America
safe by working with citizens, businesses, employees, and Government.
Federal Emergency Management
Agenda (FEMA) - Are You Ready?
This preparedness guide brings together facts on disaster survival techniques, disaster specific
information, and how to respond to natural and man-made disasters.
Center for Disease Control &
Prevention (CDC) Information on Emergency Preparedness & Response
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides information on how to protect
yourself during emergency situations.
A web-based platform designed to create community between the various laboratories and federal and
state regulatory agencies that make up our nation's food and agricultural sectors.
Food & Drug
Administration (FDA) - Food Defense & Terrorism
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
answer consumer questions about food safety and terrorism.
USA.Gov - Public Safety and Law / Terrorism Resources
Safety and legal resources to include agencies, organizations, grants, news, statistics, procurement, and information on terrorism.
American Red Cross
Meeting people's immediate emergency disaster caused needs. Learn more about the Red Cross.
A resource primarily for first responders, emergency managers, and homeland security advisors.
Office of Personnel
Resources for government officials, media, and the general public to quickly locate
information and guidance published in the event of an emergency situation.
Coalition of Organizations
for Disaster Education (CODE)
The CODE is composed of federal government agencies and national not-for-profit organizations
that work together to develop and disseminate consistent educational information for the public
about disaster preparedness.