Links

http://www.fema.gov/

http://www.tacda.org/

http://www.redcross.org/

http://www.esri.com/

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/

Kits-Supplies-Gear 4 Disaster Survival

http://www.kits4disastersurvival.com
Pet emergency/disaster preparedness products.

CSU Disaster Cost Recovery Manual

http://www.calstate.edu/dcr
The California State University, FEMA Disaster Assistance Program Disaster Documentation and Cost Recovery Manual provides guidance on reimbursement of disaster costs. 

Practical, straightforward advice for busy administrators. The Manual provides forms (time sheets, etc.) which facilitate sorting data necessary for FEMA Damage Survey Reports, and also provides guidance on contract preparation to comply with the requirements of Title 44 of the Federal Code of Regulations. Although the Manual was developed for use in the California State University system, much of
the information is useful to others.

Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response
Association, International

http://www.disasters.org/deralink.html
The Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Response Association, International (DERA) was founded in 1962 to assist communities worldwide in disaster preparedness, response and recovery, and to serve as a professional association that links professionals, volunteers, and many organizations active in all phases of emergency preparedness and management.

Disaster Recovery Journal

http://www.drj.com
The ten year old company has created a website devoted to the Disaster Response and Emergency Management industries. It contains various information, dealing with the selection of alternative sites to utilizing proper Disaster Response proceedures. Links to vendors are also available, as well as links to FEMA, NEMA, and many others. It also has an online journal called: DRJ E-ZINE.

Disaster Recovery Planning

http://www.drplanning.org
DR Planning is designed to serve as a vendor-agnostic information clearinghouse for all things pertaining to disaster recovery and business continuity planning. It is hoped that the information provided will prove useful both to first time planners and experienced hands.

Discussion on Emergency Management System

http://www.pep.bc.ca/iepc/index.html
This is a draft document being circulated for comment within British Columbia ministries having emergency 
response mandates. It was adapted from the State of California Standardized Emergency Management System.

Doctors Without Borders

http://www.dwb.org
Medecins sans Frontieres is a private, non-profit, international organization, whose objective is to provide 
medical aid to populations in crisis, without discrimination.

DRI International

http://www.dr.org
DRI International (formerly the Disaster Recovery Institute) was founded in 1988 at Washington University in St. Louis. The purpose of the DRI is to create a base of common knowledge for the disaster recovery and business continuity planning filed through education, assistance, and the development of a resource base; to certify qualified individuals in the discipline; and to promote the credibility and professionalism of certified professionals.

EIIP Virtual Forum

http://www.emforum.org
The Emergency Information Infrastructure Partnership (EIIP) Virtual Forum is designed to encourage emergency professionals to explore the use of current information technology to support emergency management and disaster response.

Emergency Food and Shelter Program

http://www.efsp.unitedway.org
The Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program works as a public/private partnership to deliver money to your community that is spent according to how your community sees its own needs.

Emergency Management Explorer Post 493

http://bcn.boulder.co.us/community/explorer
Emergency Preparedness Information and the unit's activity schedule.

EPIX - Emergency Preparedness Information 
Exchange

http://hoshi.cic.sfu.ca/~anderson/index.html
The purpose of EPIX is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information among Canadian and international public and private sector organizations about the prevention of, preparation for, recovery from and/or mitigation of risk associated with natural and socio-technological disasters.

Emergency Response and Research Institute 
EmergencyNet News Service

http://www.emergency.com
EmergencyNet NEWS (ENN) is one of the nation's premier electronic news services that covers only 
Fire/Police/EMS/ Disaster/Medical/Military topics.

Food For The Hungry Virtual Learning Center

http://www.fh.org/
Food for the Hungry is the organization of Christian motivation, committed to working with poor people to 
overcome hunger and poverty through integrated self-development and relief.

Insurance Information Institute

http://www.iii.org
For more than 30 years the I.I.I. has provided definitive, credible insurance information. Today the I.I.I. is 
recognized as a primary source of information, analysis and referral on property/casualty insurance. The site 
has information designed for both consumers and reporters.

Mennonite Disaster Service

http://www.mds.mennonite.net/
Volunteers help clean-up and repair following natural disasters such as floods, fires, hurricanes and tornadoes. MDS cooperates closely with FEMA and the Red Cross in responding to disasters in North America.

National Mental Health Services

http://www.mentalhealth.org
A Knowledge Exchange Network.

National Voluntary Organization Active in 
Disasters

http://www.nvoad.org/
NVOAD coordinates planning efforts by many voluntary organizations responding to disaster. Member 
organizations provide more effective and less duplication in service by getting together before disasters strike. Once disasters occur, NVOAD or an affiliated state VOAD encourages members and other voluntary 
agencies to convene on site.

The American Civil Defense Association

http://www.tacda.org
"Since 1962, The American Civil Defense Association has been leading the way in disaster preparedness and 
public awareness. We have been serving the Americancommunity by bringing them important news concerning civil defense and disaster preparedness issues which may directly or indirectly affect their lives. 

Now, thanks to advanced networking technologies, we are able to send our message of "Peace Through 
Preparedness" accross the planet." [Description taken from website]

Victoria State Emergency Services (Australia)

http://www.ses.vic.gov.au

 

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