Emergency Preparednesshttp://www.acoem.org/RSS/Default.aspx?FolderID=130Emergency PreparednessHurricane Harvey/Hurricane Irmahttp://www.acoem.org/HurricaneHarvey.aspx <p>Hurricane Harvey/Hurricane Irma</p> Marianne DregerFri, 08 Sep 2017 18:56:16 GMTEmergency Preparedness Home Pagehttp://www.acoem.org/emergencyprep.aspx <p>Swine Influenza Alert (April 27, 2009) The WHO Director General has raised the level of Swine Influenza pandemic alert from the current phase 3 to phase 4. Read the Director General Statement. Government officials in Mexico have reported that the H1N1</p> Marianne DregerFri, 08 Sep 2017 18:52:18 GMTJapanese Earthquake/Tsunamihttp://www.acoem.org/JapaneseEarthquake_Tsunami.aspx <p>Japanese Earthquake/Tsunami</p> Jeri GarciaThu, 31 Aug 2017 23:09:58 GMTHurricane Katrinahttp://www.acoem.org/hurricanekatrina.aspx <p>Hurricane Katrina Emergency Response Information</p> Jeri GarciaThu, 31 Aug 2017 18:58:17 GMTUpdates from Washingtonhttp://www.acoem.org/WashingtonUpdates.aspx <p>Updates from Washington</p> Bud RomanoMon, 08 Jun 2015 15:06:46 GMTGulf of Mexico Oil Spill – Resources for OEM Physicianshttp://www.acoem.org/gulfoilspill.aspx <p> 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Information Resources As the situation regarding the Gulf oil spill continues to evolve, ACOEM is providing the following links for physicians and others seeking the latest original source information. This information will be reviewed</p> Bud RomanoWed, 04 Jun 2014 21:00:18 GMTCDC - MMWR Updateshttp://www.acoem.org/cdcmmwrupdates.aspx <p><span class="contentPaddingRight P">CDC/MMWR (As a service to ACOEM Members)</span></p> Bud RomanoTue, 28 Jun 2011 16:49:18 GMTH1N1 / Seasonal Flu Updateshttp://www.acoem.org/H1N1_SeasonalFlu.aspx <p>H1N1 Seasonal Flu Updates&#160; As the situation regarding outbreaks of both the seasonal flu and H1N1 continues to evolve, ACOEM is providing the following links for physicians and others seeking the latest original source information GOVERNMENT INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES&#160; Flu.gov&#160;–&#160;Official U.S.</p> Bud RomanoFri, 18 Mar 2011 12:33:45 GMTStress/Grief Managementhttp://www.acoem.org/stressgriefmanagement.aspx <p>ACOEM suggests you visit the following web sites for accurate information about mental health aspects of disasters and their aftermaths:</p> Bud RomanoWed, 16 Mar 2011 20:22:15 GMTEmergency Resourceshttp://www.acoem.org/EmergencyResources.aspx <p>Emergency Resources</p> editor editorSat, 01 Jan 2011 21:39:35 GMTWeb Resources for Emergency Preparedness - AOHC 03http://www.acoem.org/emergencywebresources.aspx <p>Emergency Preparedness Web Resources for Emergency Preparedness Identified at AOHC 2003 Table Top Exercise Federal Emergency Management Agency’s on-line courses in emergency management, including incident command. http://training.fema.gov/EMIWeb/IS/ US Army Soldier Biological and Chemical</p> Bud RomanoMon, 06 Dec 2010 14:55:56 GMTEmergency Right Menuhttp://www.acoem.org/Page3Column.aspx?PageID=7361&id=1454 <p> Featured Links OHDEN Home OH AC Members Support from HHS Sponsors Visit the OHDEN Web Site </p> Bud RomanoThu, 02 Dec 2010 15:45:58 GMTOccupational Healther Disaster Expert Network (OHDEN)http://www.acoem.org/Page3Column.aspx?PageID=7361&id=1138 <p>Occupational health professionals, including physicians, nurses, industrial hygiene and safety professionals, constitute a health system that parallels the governmental public health program in dealing with critical disaster events. Their employer-focused expertise and training in public health is a rich resource to deal with every kind of exigency, including terrorism, infectious outbreak, meteorological catastrophe and geological crisis; all while balancing the employer’s need for work continuity and productive activity.</p> Bud RomanoMon, 27 Sep 2010 15:25:02 GMTSupport from HHShttp://www.acoem.org/HHSsupport.aspx <p>At AOHC in Kansas City, members of the Occupational Health Advisory Committee (OH AC) presented a session to engage and discuss plans for an Occupational Health Coordinating Group. At the session, a video from Dr. William Raub, the Acting Assistant Secretary for Public Health Emergency Preparedness at the Department of Health and Human Services, was presented to illustrate the importance of occupational medicine and this initiative.</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:49:05 GMTSeptember is National Preparedness Month – ACOEM Urges Review of Emergency Planshttp://www.acoem.org/npm.aspx <p>Emergency Preparedness ACOEM Urges Review of Emergency Plans During National Preparedness Month National Preparedness Month, sponsored each September by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, reminds us how important it is to be vigilant, educated and aware of emergency preparedness</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:44:12 GMTQuestionshttp://www.acoem.org/EmergencyQuestions.aspx <p>Emergency Questions</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:42:20 GMTPsychological Trauma in the Workplacehttp://www.acoem.org/psychologicaltrauma.aspx <p align="left">The more extensive the impact of an event has on our lives, the greater the response at the time and in the future, especially in terms of both threat to basic needs and intensity of experience. Even for those who were not an eyewitness or were not at the scenes, psychological trauma may be felt.</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:41:27 GMTProcedureshttp://www.acoem.org/EmergencyProcedures.aspx <p><a id="critical" name="critical" class="bookmark" title="critical"></a>Critical Incident Stress Management is an initial process that helps “settle” or “debrief” those exposed to a disaster and to identify people who may need advanced therapy. Post-traumatic stress disorder therapy or acute stress disorder therapy may be needed when responses cannot be managed by CISM.</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:40:15 GMTOHDENhttp://www.acoem.org/emergencyOHDEN.aspx <p>Occupational Health Disaster Expert Network (OHDEN) Occupational health professionals, including physicians, nurses, industrial hygiene and safety professionals, constitute a health system that parallels the governmental public health program in dealing with critical</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:38:23 GMTOH AC Membershttp://www.acoem.org/OHACMembers.aspx <p>OH AC Members</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:34:11 GMTHelpful Linkshttp://www.acoem.org/helpfullinks.aspx <p>Helpful Links</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:32:38 GMTEmergency Sponsorshttp://www.acoem.org/emergencysponsors.aspx <p> Emergency Preparedness ACOEM would like to thank the following corporations for their generous support to the Occupational Health Coordinating Group. &#160; 3M &#160; Proctor &amp;amp; Gamble Company Related Links </p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:29:26 GMTCritical Emergency Preparedness Stepshttp://www.acoem.org/EmergencyPreparednessSteps.aspx <p>Critical Emergency Preparedness Steps</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:25:53 GMTBioterrorismhttp://www.acoem.org/emergencybioterrorism.aspx <p> Emergency Preparedness Bioterrorism Information Anthrax Information CDC Anthrax Conference Call Clinician Summary Briefing on Anthrax (47k pdf) Anthrax Powerpoint Presentation (1.6MB pdf) CDC MMWR Archives - Terrorism Preparedness Compendium Federal Response to Anthrax </p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:23:53 GMTACOEM Statement On Worksite Fear Of Terrorismhttp://www.acoem.org/EmergencyFearofTerrorism.aspx <p>ACOEM Statement On Worksite Fear Of Terrorism</p> Bud RomanoSun, 20 Dec 2009 02:22:28 GMT