4.1 - Contents of Chapter 4

4.2 - Introduction - After the Disaster

 

Safety

4.3 - Safety Rules and Recovery Procedures after a Disaster

4.4 - Safety Rules for Rescue Operations

 

Emotional Recovery

4.5 - How Families and Neighbors Can Help One Another Cope

4.6 - Helping Children After a Hurricane

4.6s - Ayude a un Nino despues de un Huracan

 

Emergency Food and Water

4.7 - Emergency Food and Water

4.8 - Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program

4.9 - Meal Preparation and Food Safety After a Flood

4.9s - Manejando los Alimentos durante un Huracan o Inundaciones

4.10 - Meal Preparation and Food Safety during and after a Power Failure

4.10s - Seguridad de los Alimentos despues del Huracan

4.11 - Locating Safe Drinking Water

4.11s - Purificacion del Agua

4.12 - Restoring a Flooded Water System

4.13 - Disinfecting Wells

 

Health and Sanitation

4.14 - Emergency Sanitation

4.15 - Solid Waste and Contamination Concerns - Guidelines for Communities after a Disaster

4.16 - Preventing Illness Through Hygiene and Sanitation

4.16s - La Prevencion de Enfermedades a Traves de la Higiene y el Saneamiento

4.17 - Flooded Private Sewage Systems

4.18 - Heat Stress Disorders

 

Wildlife and Pest Issues

4.19 - Disposing of Animal Carcasses

4.20 - Controlling Insects

4.21 - Mosquitos and Stormwater Management

4.22 - Tracking Down Your Mosquito Problems

4.22s - Localize Sus Criaderos de Mosquitos

4.23 - Basic Rodent Control after a Storm

4.23s - Roedores Despues de la Tormenta o Inundacion

4.24 - Safety Precautions with Snakes

4.24s - Precaucion con las Culebras

4.25 - Removing Snakes from Dwellings

 

Community Recovery

4.26 - Disaster Response - Priorities and Resources for Communities

4.27 - Getting Local Government Back on Track

4.28 - Disaster Planning: Financial Considerations for Government

4.29 - Planning and Zoning after a Disaster - Important Long-Term Considerations

4.30 - Economic Development when Rebuilding - Fostering Growth after a Disaster

 

Assistance Programs and Insurance Concerns

4.31 - Six Steps in Making an Insurance Claim

4.32 - Individual Assistance Programs from FEMA

4.33 - USDA Farm Service Agency Disaster Assistance

4.34 - Flood Insurance - A Key to Recovery

4.35 - Sources of Information on Flood-Resistant Design and Construction

4.36 - How the National Flood Insurance Program Works

4.37 - Myths and Facts about the NFIP

4.38 - What You Need to Apply for Disaster Rehabilitation Assistance

4.39 - Income Tax Deductions for Property Loss

4.40 - Credit Sources for Disaster Farm Rehabilitation Loans

4.41 - Coping with a Money Crunch - Dealing with Creditors

4.42 - General Procedures to Process Vessel Claims

 

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