After a Disaster: Recovery Safety Tips

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
October 27, 2021
Price
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Overview

This publication addresses what to do following a natural disaster to avoid health problems, such as: Follow public announcementsavoid riding, driving, or walking through flooded areaswear protective clothingsturdy shoes, and gloves, avoid unstable buildings and structures, beware of electrical and fire hazards, beware of gas leaks, prevent carbon monoxide poisoning, store and transport gasoline safely, use chainsaws safely, among other safety tips.

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