A Plan for Incorporating Local Volunteer Radiation Professional into Existing Health Volunteer Programs to Assist in Population Monitoring
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans , Webinars and Training
  • Source: Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD)
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

This CRCPD report details a project to assess the feasibility of incorporating radiation professionals into existing volunteer registries and programs (e.g., the Medical Reserve Corps). The report presents state examples of initiatives that raise awareness of the benefits of using ... Read More

Handbook for Responding to a Radiological Dispersal Device: First Responder’s Guide- The First 12 Hours
  • Item type: Webinars and Training
  • Source: Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors (CRCPD)
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

This handbook was created by CRCPD as a training and reference tool for state and local responders and officials in the event of a radiological incident. The handbook provides information such as flow charts of suggested response activities, guidance for ... Read More

Instructions for the Public Waiting for Decontamination
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans
  • Source: Los Angeles County
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Part of the Los Angeles County Mutli-Agency Radiological Response Plan, this public information sheet provides instructions and information for the public who are waiting to undergo the decontamination process and a description of the activities which will occur inside the Community ... Read More

Community Reception Center Training Module
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans , Webinars and Training
  • Source: Los Angeles County
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Part of the Los Angeles County Multi-Agency Radiological Response Plan, this flow diagram details the step-by-step process of directing the public through a Community Reception Center (CRC).  The training includes descriptions of the seven different stations within a CRC including initial sorting, ... Read More

Nuclear Detonation Preparedness: Communicating in the Immediate Aftermath
  • Item type: Federal Guidance
  • Source: US Government Interagency Nuclear Detonation Response Communications Working Group
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

This document was developed by the US Government Interagency Nuclear Detonation Response Communications Working Group as a resource for emergency responders and federal, state, and local officials communicating with the public and the media during the immediate aftermath of a nuclear ... Read More

Radiation Tables
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans
  • Source: Los Angeles County
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Part of the Los Angeles County Multi-Agency Radiological Response Plan, this set of tables present radiation response information in an easy to read graphic format, including responder, property, and victim contamination release levels; radionuclides of concern; staffing requirements for Community Reception Centers; ... Read More

Dose Responder Log
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans
  • Source: Los Angeles County
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Part of the Los Angeles County Multi-Agency Radiological Response Plan, this form may be used to document the dosimeter and dose readings of emergency responders following a radiological incident. Read More

Rapid Screening Point Operations Video
  • Item type: Exercise Documentation , Webinars and Training
  • Source: Multnomah County Health Department
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

This video documents how Multnomah County Health Department established a rapid screening point during their participation in the 2007 4th National Top Officials Exercise (TOPOFF 4), an exercise which involved a radiological dispersion in Oregon. The video documents the set-up and operation of ... Read More

Radiation Tracking and Epidemiology Form
  • Item type: State and Local Response Plans
  • Source: New York Department of Health
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Developed by the New York Department of Health, this form will help Community Reception Center staff collect demographic and epidemiological information from highly contaminated individuals. Read More

Bioassay and Lab Prioritization Criteria
  • Item type: Planning Templates , State and Local Response Plans
  • Source: New York State Department of Health
  • Date posted: 21 February 2012

Developed by the New York Department of Health, this guidance will assist Community Reception Center staff in making recommendations on which individuals should provide a urine sample which will be tested for internal contamination. Read More