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Emergency preparedness means taking action to be ready for emergencies before they happen. It also involves having a plan so decision making is simplified during an emergency. At Public Health-Idaho North Central District, the preparedness team works with community partners to enhance collaboration, coordinate trainings and exercises, and strengthen community emergency plans. The best way to ensure your safety and your communities is to be personally prepared.
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Many different types of disasters are possible in North Central Idaho. Snow and ice storms, wild land fires, and floods are possible natural occurring disasters. Hazardous materials spills are also a risk in our area as well as the threat of an infectious disease like pandemic influenza. Public Health- Idaho North Central District works to prepare our area for any potential hazard through planning, training, and exercising to improve our area’s capability to respond.
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