POD to CRC Planning ToolCdc-word
This tool offers high-level summaries, action steps, and checklists for ten major topics for inclusion in CRC plans. These ten topics are: (1) lead agency and public health role, (2) registry and surveillance, (3) communications, (4) CRC sites, (5) stations, (6) staffing and training, (7) equipment and supplies, (8) demobilization, (9) behavioral health, and (10) access and functional needs. When using this tool, refer to your jurisdiction’s POD plans, Population Monitoring in Radiation Emergencies, and the resources listed to complete each checklist.
New educational video about Acute Radiation Syndrome (ARS), and American Sign Language translations of protective action videos on “Get Inside, Stay Inside, and Stay Tuned,” “Self-Decontamination in a Radiation Emergency,” and “Food and Water Safety in a Radiation Emergency.”
CRC Electronic Data Collection Tool (CRC eTool)
This tool is designed to collect, analyze, visualize, and securely exchange population monitoring data, including demographics, radiation contamination measurements, radiation exposure assessment, and health outcomes, using the Epi Info™ 7 platform.
Public Health Radiological/Nuclear Preparedness Webinar
This August 2017 webinar provides discussion of the priority public health actions for state and local radiological/nuclear response, as well as an outline of CDC resources to assist with public health planning, particularly for a nuclear detonation.
Where to Go in a Radiation Emergency
This animated infographic shows the best way to shelter in place in a radiation emergency.
- Laboratory Information
- Population Monitoring & CRC Resources
- Legal Issues
- Potassium Iodide (KI)
- National Alliance for Radiation Readiness (NARR) & Other Partner Resources
- Radiation Dictionary
- Communication & Media Tools
- Radiation Basics
- CDC Response, Japan 2011
- PHEP Capabilities
- Radiation and Environmental Health