ADA Legal Documents
Natural Disasters and the HIPAA Breach Notification Rule
American Red Cross
Provides community disaster education materials; produced to help people prepare for, respond to and cope with emergencies. (See Public Agencies and Organizations for local contact information.)
Building Air Quality: A Guide for Building Owners and Facility Managers
Published by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Provides procedures and checklists for developing a building profile and performing preventive maintenance in commercial buildings.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological Incident Handbook
Unclassified document, published by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), describing potential CBR events, recognizing potential CBR events, differences between agents, common symptoms and information for making preliminary assessments when a CBR release is suspected.
Family Preparedness Guide (State of Florida)
“In Case of Emergency (ICE)” booklet:
In the event of an emergency, having organized records at your fingertips can save time, money and frustration. To help organize your important records and bolster your emergency preparedness, ADA members may request an “In Case of Emergency (ICE)” booklet developed by Great-West Financial Insurance Company, underwriters of the ADA-sponsored Members Insurance Plans. For your FREE booklet, call 888.463.4545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Institute for Business and Home Safety
Offers numerous downloadable and hard-copy publications with helpful information about storm resistant construction.
One-Stop Hurricane Resource Guide (Third edition)
Available from the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Produced in partnership with The Federal Alliance for Safe Homes—FLASH Inc.
Open For Business—Disaster Recovery Folder
Published by the Institute for Business and Home Safety. Contains planning advice and holds important papers.
For a free, single copy, contact IBHS at 866.657.4247 or e-mail email@example.com
What Should You Do If A Hurricane Threatens Your Community?
A simple brochure/guide to help you make the decision whether to ride out a storm, or evacuate—along with important tips about what to do in either case. Available from the Florida Division of Emergency Management.