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    • XXX county mass immunization/prophylaxis strategy plan

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma.;Disaster medicine--Oklahoma--Planning.;Epidemics--Government policy--Oklahoma.;Immunizaton--Oklahoma--Planning.
    • "This document describes procedures needed to provide mass medication (immunization or prophylaxis) to the citizens of XXX County. It details the current concepts, plans, and capabilities required for a mass medication response in XXX County,...
    • Oklahoma drought contingency plan.

    • Droughts--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Drought relief--Oklahoma--Management.; Water conservation--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Reminded of this tragic episode [the Dust Bowl] as effects of the 1996 drought rippled through the state’s economy and society, and recognizing the deficiency of serious drought planning work in Oklahoma, state emergency officials and water...
    • Earthquake, 2011 student supplement

    • Earthquakes--Juvenile literature.; Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.
    • In Brief: Stop, drop, and be prepared! Full Description: This program will help students understand earthquakes and how to prepare for danger before it occurs. Students will learn important terms to know, how to prepare before an earthquake, what...
    • Annual report / Department of Emergency Management

    • Oklahoma. Department of Emergency Management--Periodicals.; Emergency management--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • This annual report captures emergency management response and recovery efforts along with the vast preparedness and mitigation work completed in 2010. It also recognizes the many partners which emergency management depends on to protect lives and...
    • Family preparedness guide : be ready for emergencies and disasters.

    • Emergency management--Planning.; Emergency management--Oklahoma--Amateur's manuals.
    • An emergency can occur quickly and without warning. The most important things you can do to keep yourself and your family safe in an emergency are to prepare, stay calm and follow instructions from emergency response personnel. This guide will help...
    • Earthquake safety, 2011 Lesson 3

    • Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • Now that you've learned how to "Drop, Cover and Hold On" and how to identify hazards in your school and home, the next step is creating a Family Earthquake Plan. Think about each different place you might be during an earthquake: home, school,...
    • Hazard mitigation plan for the great state of Oklahoma

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma.;Disaster relief--Oklahoma.;Hazard mitigation--Oklahoma.;Natural disasters--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • This document is the updated natural-hazard mitigation plan for the State of Oklahoma.; It is a strategic planning guide to be presented in fulfillment of requirements of the Disaster Mitigation Act (DMA) of 2000 which amends the Robert T. Stafford...
    • Earthquake safety, 2011 Lesson 2

    • Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • Identifying Hazards; Earthquakes can strike suddenly, so it is important to be prepared. There are many things in our homes, school, and community that could cause us harm during an earthquake. We refer to these things as "hazards." Potential...
    • Standard hazard mitigation plan update for the great state of Oklahoma

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma.; Disaster relief--Oklahoma.; Hazard mitigation--Oklahoma.; Natural disasters--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The previous Oklahoma State Hazard Mitigation Plan for The Great State of Oklahoma was approved in 2011. This document is the 2014 update of the Oklahoma Plan and will be referred to as "the State Plan." It is a strategic planning guide in...
    • Earthquake safety, 2011 Lesson 4 : After an earthquake

    • Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • Earthquakes can be very scary to both adults and children. Involving children in the preparedness steps previously discussed in this lesson series, such as developing an earthquake plan, preparing an earthquake emergency kit and practicing "drop,...
    • Earthquake safety, 2011 Lesson 1

    • Earthquakes--Safety measures--Juvenile literature.; Geology--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • In Brief: How would you stay safe during an earthquake? Full Description: This program contains four lessons aimed at helping you stay safe during an earthquake. We will look at how to create an effective family plan, what to do during an...
    • Disaster assistance : a guide to recovery programs for Oklahoma.

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma--Directories.; Emergency management--United States--Directories.; Disaster relief--Oklahoma--Directories.; Disaster relief--United States--Directories.
    • This Guide presents an array of programs that may be of assistance during and after disaster recovery – depending upon the circumstances, community needs, and available resources. It contains brief descriptions and contact information for...
    • Model emergency action plan for long term care facilities

    • Long-term care facilities--Oklahoma--Administration.; Emergency management--Oklahoma.
    • During the past several years some of the costliest disasters of this century have occurred resulting in countless deaths and injuries to the citizens of America. In Oklahoma, we have felt the effects of floods, ice storms, grass fires, tornadoes,...
    • Blank county pandemic influenza plan

    • Influenza--Government policy--Oklahoma.;Epidemics--Government policy--Oklahoma.;Influenza--Oklahoma--Prevention.;Emergency management--Oklahoma.
    • Template for county level plan; The purpose of the BLANK COUNTY Pandemic Influence Plan is to provide the framework for identifying and responding to an influenza pandemic.
    • Preparing makes sense. Get ready now

    • Emergency management.
    • Preparing Makes Sense. The likelihood that you and your family will survive a house fire depends as much on having a working smoke detector and an exit strategy,as on a well-trained fire department. The same is true for surviving a terrorist attack...
    • REMSS update

    • Emergency vehicles--Oklahoma.; Emergency management--Oklahoma.; First responders--Oklahoma.; Emergency medical services--Oklahoma.
    • EMS program of Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management; activities, equipment available; response to May 2013 tornadoes


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