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This is an up-to-date independent study course training manual produced by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on animals in disasters, module B, community planning (IS-11). The course overview states: "Why should emergency management officials be concerned with animals in disasters? After all, they are responsible for the safety of humans, not animals. However, This is an up-to-date independent study course training manual produced by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on animals in disasters, module B, community planning (IS-11). The course overview states: "Why should emergency management officials be concerned with animals in disasters? After all, they are responsible for the safety of humans, not animals. However, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 58.9 percent of all U.S. households own animals. For this reason, the care of animals in disasters is important to the care of humans. Module B is intended to guide emergency management officials and animal owners, care providers, and industries in preparing community disaster plans. The goal of Module B is to provide sufficient information for both groups to meet and develop meaningful and effective plans that improve the care of animals, their owners, and the animal-care industries in disasters. Organization Examples - Private owners Pet owners, livestock producers; Public owners Native wildlife (tax payers own wildlife, which are managed by the natural resources department); Businesses Veterinarians, pet stores, feed stores, farmers cooperatives, animal accessory; stores, department stores, boarding; kennels, grooming parlors, animal; transport companies, pest control; companies, racetracks, renderers, slaughterhouses, circuses; Humane organizations Humane shelters, SPCA, volunteers groups; Educational institutions Veterinary schools, veterinary technician; schools, animal science and agriculture; schools and departments, zoos, aquaria; Governmental agencies Animal care and control, U.S. Department of Agriculture, health departments, natural resources department, Cooperative Extension Services, public health services; Professional associations; Veterinary medical associations, registered veterinarian health technician associations. Unit 1: Overview * Unit 2: Introduction. Why are animals an important consideration in disasters? * Unit 3: Disaster preparedness through planning and collaboration. This unit outlines the steps needed to develop a community disaster plan that takes special consideration for animals and their owners. * Unit 4: Analyzing risks affecting animals and their owners. This unit outlines the principles of identifying risks that are relevant to animals and their owners. * Unit 5: The organization of the response to disasters. This unit provides information on the official and proven methods of response to disasters. * Unit 6: Recovering from a disaster. * Unit 7: Developing community support for the disaster preparedness plan. * Unit 8: Module B final examination. This is the complete course manual made available by FEMA as part of the Emergency Management Institute Independent Study program, described this way by FEMA: FEMA's Independent Study Program is one of the delivery channels that the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) uses to provide training to the general public and specific audiences. Within the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, United States Fire Administration, operates the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). EMI produces independent study courses to train the general public as well as specific target audiences. The EMI Independent Study program consists of self-paced courses designed for people who have emergency management responsibilities and the general public. . .and college credit can be obtained through a for-fee service. Each Independent Study Course includes lessons with practice exercises and a final examination. Students who score 75 percent or better are issued a certificate of achievement from EMI. Course completion times vary from two to fourteen hours, depending on the course and the student's background.


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This is an up-to-date independent study course training manual produced by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on animals in disasters, module B, community planning (IS-11). The course overview states: "Why should emergency management officials be concerned with animals in disasters? After all, they are responsible for the safety of humans, not animals. However, This is an up-to-date independent study course training manual produced by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on animals in disasters, module B, community planning (IS-11). The course overview states: "Why should emergency management officials be concerned with animals in disasters? After all, they are responsible for the safety of humans, not animals. However, according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 58.9 percent of all U.S. households own animals. For this reason, the care of animals in disasters is important to the care of humans. Module B is intended to guide emergency management officials and animal owners, care providers, and industries in preparing community disaster plans. The goal of Module B is to provide sufficient information for both groups to meet and develop meaningful and effective plans that improve the care of animals, their owners, and the animal-care industries in disasters. Organization Examples - Private owners Pet owners, livestock producers; Public owners Native wildlife (tax payers own wildlife, which are managed by the natural resources department); Businesses Veterinarians, pet stores, feed stores, farmers cooperatives, animal accessory; stores, department stores, boarding; kennels, grooming parlors, animal; transport companies, pest control; companies, racetracks, renderers, slaughterhouses, circuses; Humane organizations Humane shelters, SPCA, volunteers groups; Educational institutions Veterinary schools, veterinary technician; schools, animal science and agriculture; schools and departments, zoos, aquaria; Governmental agencies Animal care and control, U.S. Department of Agriculture, health departments, natural resources department, Cooperative Extension Services, public health services; Professional associations; Veterinary medical associations, registered veterinarian health technician associations. Unit 1: Overview * Unit 2: Introduction. Why are animals an important consideration in disasters? * Unit 3: Disaster preparedness through planning and collaboration. This unit outlines the steps needed to develop a community disaster plan that takes special consideration for animals and their owners. * Unit 4: Analyzing risks affecting animals and their owners. This unit outlines the principles of identifying risks that are relevant to animals and their owners. * Unit 5: The organization of the response to disasters. This unit provides information on the official and proven methods of response to disasters. * Unit 6: Recovering from a disaster. * Unit 7: Developing community support for the disaster preparedness plan. * Unit 8: Module B final examination. This is the complete course manual made available by FEMA as part of the Emergency Management Institute Independent Study program, described this way by FEMA: FEMA's Independent Study Program is one of the delivery channels that the Emergency Management Institute (EMI) uses to provide training to the general public and specific audiences. Within the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, United States Fire Administration, operates the Emergency Management Institute (EMI). EMI produces independent study courses to train the general public as well as specific target audiences. The EMI Independent Study program consists of self-paced courses designed for people who have emergency management responsibilities and the general public. . .and college credit can be obtained through a for-fee service. Each Independent Study Course includes lessons with practice exercises and a final examination. Students who score 75 percent or better are issued a certificate of achievement from EMI. Course completion times vary from two to fourteen hours, depending on the course and the student's background.

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