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Environmental Strike Teams

Broadcast Date: November 15, 2007
(1 hour, 30 minutes)

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Handouts/Resources

Environmental Health Response Teams
(4 pages)
Emergency Food Inspection Guidance Protocol (2 pages)
Environmental Health Deployment Pack

(2 pages)
Environmental Health Resource Directory (23 pages)
Equipment List (2 pages)
Job Action Roles (10 pages)
Training Table (4 pages)
Public Health Response Teams (6 pages)
Sample Outbreak Questionnaire Template
(2 pages)
Unit Log (2 pages)
FL Department of Health, Division of Environmental Health
NEHA Website

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Post-Conference Materials

Evaluation

Program Overview

Environmental health practitioners have important roles and must perform a number of critical functions during emergency response such as, conducting shelter assessments, testing drinking water supplies, conducting food safety inspections, and controlling disease-causing vectors. In order to improve response times, efficiency and overall organization, some state, local and federal entities have formed environmental health response teams. In this broadcast, members of environmental health response teams describe their team’s mission, structure, funding support, and training, as well as share available resources.

Faculty

Captain Mark D. Miller, RS, MPH
Senior Environmental Health Officer
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for Environmental Health
Environmental Health Services Branch

Cory Frank
EHRT Coordinator, CHC
Division of Environmental Health
Iowa Department of Public Health

Heather Lake-Burger, MPH, MS
Division Manager – Preparedness
Division of Environmental Health
Florida Department of Health

Captain John D. Smart, MPH, REHS
U.S. Public Health Service
Institutional Environmental Health Program

Target Audience

Environmental health practitioners, registered sanitarians, registered environmental health specialists, and federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial entities having responsibility in environmental health response.

Contact Hours

None for this program.

Contact for Technical Assistance

334-206-5618 or email ALPHTN

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