The IEHA Fall Conference is a must-attend event for every Environmental Health Professional / Sanitarian in Iowa. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from and network with national, regional, state and local experts in Environmental Health and reconnect with friends and colleagues as you attend the numerous sessions, exhibits, and the evening networking event.
Three NEHA staff from the Program & Partnership Development department represent NEHA at the 2018 Preparedness Summit.
Participating staff include Christine Ortiz Gumina, Solly Poprish, and Allison Schneider.
The EPA’s Homeland Security Research Program has developed and pilot deployed real-time analytics hardware and software (RTX:LINK and EPANET-RTX) in both large and small systems (Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan, and Colorado). The RTX:LINK and EPANET-RTX applications to the City of Flint, Michigan will help with daily operations by monitoring system-wide flows, pressures, and water age in real time.
Save the date for the 2018 Georgia Environmental Health Association (GEHA) Annual Education Conference (AEC) happening June 27-29, 2018, at the Savannah DeSoto Hilton. GEHA looks forward to its members and guests coming to this popular location overlooking Madison Square in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District.
NEHA Executive Director, Dr. David Dyjack, and Government Affairs Director, Joanne Zurcher, will represent NEHA at the Office of Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) Stakeholder Listening Session: Priorities for Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness
This series of 5 webinars will provide attendees with an understanding of the impacts of wildland smoke on the health of tribal communities and strategies to minimize exposure. Each 90-minute webinar will feature 3 presentations.
The webinars are free and open to anyone. The webinars will be recorded.
To Register for one or all five of the webinars, send an email to: email@example.com
With the recent wildfires in California and elsewhere, we are reminded of their destructive power and their adverse effects on human health and safety.
Researchers and public health professionals have a pivotal role to play in studying wildfires and mitigating their impacts. Sign up today for our webinar on this important topic.
Mold Remediation Post Hurricane or Flooding Disaster
These resources are from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, California Air Resources Board, and Florida Department of Health. All resources were created to assist EH specialists with emergency preparedness after a hurricane or mass flooding disaster.
Resources for LHDs
- Protection From Exposure to Mold in Flooded Buildings
- Hurricane Season Public Health Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Guidance for Health Care Providers, Response and Recovery Workers, and Affected Communities
- Mold: Worker and Employer Guide to Hazards and Recommended Controls
- After The Storm: Information About Outdoor Clean-up Flood Waters Contaminated with Fuel Oil and Sewage
Resources for the Public
After The Storm: What To Do When You Go Back To A Flooded, Moldy Home (Connecticut DPH)
- Homeowner’s and Renter’s Guide to Mold Cleanup After Disasters (CDC)
- Homeowner's and Renter Guide to Mold Cleanup After Disasters (EPA)
- Take Action To Minimize Mold and Dampness After Hurricane Irma
- Sewage Back-Ups: Information for Residents