The Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) cooperative agreement provides assistance to public health departments across the nation to build and strengthen their abilities to effectively respond to a range of public health threats, including infectious diseases, natural disasters, and biological, chemical, nuclear, and radiological events. Preparedness activities funded by the PHEP cooperative agreement specifically target the development of emergency-ready public health departments that are flexible and adaptable.
- One month emergency kit plan – Weeks 1 and 2
- One month emergency kit plan – Weeks 3 and 4
- Have a disaster kit?
- Does your family have a disaster plan?
- Food safety during an emergency and after a power outage
- Business continuity
- Red Cross – food and water in an emergency
Fayette County Public Health’s emergency plans are available for public viewing and comment. Please contact Megan Batson, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator.
Megan Batson, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator