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Emergency Response Products

Emergency Response Products

All Safety Products provides the necessary emergency response products to ensure your workplace is prepared for a number of hazardous situations. Emergency response products encompass a large array of products like CPR products, emergency medical Kits, blood pressure monitors, stethoscopes, thermometers, antiseptics, sprays, tapes, bandages, burn care with a wide variety of related emergency response type products.

In putting together a basic emergency response kit (disaster supplies) you will need (according to FEMA, see link http://www.fema.gov/pdf/areyouready/basic_preparedness.pdf) to consider the following:

The following basic emergency response items are recommended for inclusion in your basic disaster supplies kit:

  • Three-day supply of non-perishable food.
  • Three-day supply of water – one gallon of water per person, per day.
  • Portable, battery-powered radio or television and extra batteries.
  • Flashlight and extra batteries.
  • First aid kit and manual.
  • Sanitation and hygiene items (moist towelettes and toilet paper).
  • Matches and waterproof container.
  • Whistle.
  • Extra clothing.
  • Kitchen accessories and cooking utensils, including a can opener.
  • Photocopies of credit and identification cards.
  • Cash and coins.
  • Special needs items, such as prescription medications, eye glasses, contact lens solutions, and hearing aid batteries.
  • Items for infants, such as formula, diapers, bottles, and pacifiers.
  • Other items to meet your unique family needs.

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If you live in a cold climate, you must think about warmth. It is possible that you will not have heat. Think about your clothing and bedding supplies. Be sure to include one complete change of clothing and shoes per person, including:

  • Jacket or coat.
  • Long pants.
  • Long sleeve shirt.
  • Sturdy shoes.
  • Hat, mittens, and scarf.
  • Sleeping bag or warm blanket (per person).

 

Follow the links below for other All Safety Products categories related to emergency response:

All Safety Products First Aid resource section provides you with detailed information on workplace safety products, regulations, codes and other important information for your workplace safety.  Also refer to FEMA's basic preparedness document.

Request a quote from All Safety Products customer service team or contact us for help in selecting products to for emergency medical response.

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  • FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Jacks Valley Fire
    FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Jacks Valley Fire

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to assist the state of Nevada in combating the Jacks Valley Fire, which is burning in Douglas County.

    On June 9, the state of Nevada submitted a request for a Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) for the Jacks Valley Fire. At the time of the request, the fire threatened approximately 1,000 homes in and around the community of Indian Hills. The fire also threatened 10 businesses, a school, water tanks and high voltage transmission lines.

    The FEMA regional administrator approved the state’s request on June 9, as the fire threatened to become a major incident.

    FMAGs provide federal funding for up to 75 percent of eligible firefighting costs. The Disaster Relief Fund provides allowances for FMAGs through FEMA to assist in fighting fires that threaten to cause major disasters. Eligible costs covered by FMAGs can include expenses for field camps, equipment use, materials, supplies and mobilization, and demobilization activities attributed to fighting the fire.

    For more information on FMAGs, visit fema.gov/assistance/public/fire-management-assistance.

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    FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters. Follow FEMA Region 9 online at twitter.com/femaregion9.

    robert.barker Thu, 06/10/2021 - 14:15
  • FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Telegraph Fire
    FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Telegraph Fire

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to assist the state of Arizona in combating the Telegraph Fire, which is burning in Pinal and Gila counties.

    On June 6, the state of Arizona submitted a request for a Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) for the Telegraph Fire. At the time of the request, the fire threatened approximately 2,600 homes in and around the communities of Top of the World, Kearny, Superior, Kelvin, Riverside, Miami and Dripping Springs. The fire also threatened around 100 buildings, five mines, a critical watershed, power distribution lines and cell towers in the area.

    The FEMA regional administrator approved the state’s request on June 6, as the fire threatened to become a major incident.

    FMAGs provide federal funding for up to 75 percent of eligible firefighting costs. The Disaster Relief Fund provides allowances for FMAGs through FEMA to assist in fighting fires that threaten to cause major disasters. Eligible costs covered by FMAGs can include expenses for field camps, equipment use, materials, supplies and mobilization, and demobilization activities attributed to fighting the fire.

    For more information on FMAGs, visit fema.gov/assistance/public/fire-management-assistance.

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    FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters. Follow FEMA Region 9 online at twitter.com/femaregion9.

    robert.barker Mon, 06/07/2021 - 14:50
  • FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Spur Fire
    FEMA Fire Management Assistance Granted for the Spur Fire

    OAKLAND, Calif. – The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has authorized the use of federal funds to assist the state of Arizona in combating the Spur Fire burning in Yavapai County.

    On May 27, 2021, the state of Arizona submitted a request for a Fire Management Assistance Grant (FMAG) for the Spur Fire. At the time of the request, the fire threatened approximately 500 homes in and around Baghdad, AZ. The fire also threatened 15 business, a fire station, school and power transmission lines in the area. Mandatory evacuations were in place for around 750 people.

    The FEMA regional administrator approved the state’s request on May 27, 2021, as the fire threatened to become a major incident.

    FMAGs provide federal funding for up to 75 percent of eligible firefighting costs. The Disaster Relief Fund provides allowances for FMAGs through FEMA to assist in fighting fires that threaten to cause major disasters. Eligible costs covered by FMAGs can include expenses for field camps, equipment use, materials, supplies and mobilization, and demobilization activities attributed to fighting the fire.

    For more information on FMAGs, visit fema.gov/assistance/public/fire-management-assistance.

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    FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters. Follow FEMA Region 9 online at twitter.com/femaregion9.

    robert.barker Fri, 05/28/2021 - 14:27
  • FEMA Updates State-Specific Funeral Assistance Information
    FEMA Updates State-Specific Funeral Assistance Information

    WASHINGTON -- FEMA continues to accept applications for funeral assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses. As of Monday, May 24, the agency has received nearly 196,000 applications, and approved more than $66 million for more than 9,700 applicants.

    Applicants may apply by calling 844-684-6333 (TTY: 800-462-7585) from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET, Monday through Friday. Multilingual services are available. Please note, phone calls from FEMA may come from an unidentified number. Additional information about the assistance and frequently asked questions are available on FEMA.gov.

    Please find below state-specific information:  

    State/Territory

    Registrations

    Amount Approved

    Number of Awards

    ALABAMA

    4,575

    $391,937

    56

    ALASKA

    88

    $11,050

    2

    AMERICAN SAMOA

    4

     $0

    0

    ARIZONA

    3,264

    $183,335

    36

    ARKANSAS

    1,914

    $309,212

    51

    CALIFORNIA

    21,467

    $7,011,213

    1,056

    COLORADO

    1,352

    $244,899

    37

    COMMONWEALTH OF THE NORTHERN MARIANAS

    3

     $0

    0

    CONNECTICUT

    2,479

    $982,926

    138

    DELAWARE

    577

    $232,719

    37

    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

    396

    $169,743

    23

    FLORIDA

    11,060

    $4,202,586

    705

    GEORGIA

    7,380

    $909,958

    132

    GUAM

    8

    $0

    0

    HAWAII

    190

    $24,680

    5

    IDAHO

    371

    $200,613

    34

    ILLINOIS

    8,234

    $3,436,626

    498

    INDIANA

    3,350

    $244,671

    33

    IOWA

    1,833

    $304,241

    37

    KANSAS

    1,655

    $40,222

    7

    KENTUCKY

    2,634

    $274,910

    39

    LOUISIANA

    3,713

    $741,648

    98

    MAINE

    211

    $67,518

    15

    MARYLAND

    3,893

    $708,390

    101

    MASSACHUSETTS

    4,121

    $1,060,154

    152

    MICHIGAN

    6,393

    $589,823

    89

    MINNESOTA

    1,840

    $650,726

    98

    MISSISSIPPI

    3,275

    $487,723

    64

    MISSOURI

    3,326

    $217,390

    34

    MONTANA

    328

    $32,074

    5

    NEBRASKA

    823

    $219,909

    27

    NEVADA

    1,678

    $211,868

    37

    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    461

    $213,360

    38

    NEW JERSEY

    8,545

    $5,362,366

    745

    NEW MEXICO

    1,074

    $91,784

    24

    NEW YORK

    18,420

    $13,999,149

    1,935

    NORTH CAROLINA

    5,688

    $3,526,193

    519

    NORTH DAKOTA

    494

    $118,166

    15

    OHIO

    6,672

    $7,500,006

    1,148

    OKLAHOMA

    2,801

    $652,687

    91

    OREGON

    529

    $120,869

    25

    PENNSYLVANIA

    9,075

    $2,032,674

    305

    PUERTO RICO

    800

    $55,192

    12

    RHODE ISLAND

    883

    $735,508

    102

    SOUTH CAROLINA

    4,104

    $389,945

    54

    SOUTH DAKOTA

    511

    $354,892

    44

    TENNESSEE

    4,860

    $320,922

    49

    TEXAS

    17,727

    $4,478,361

    650

    UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS

    17

    $0

    0

    UTAH

    731

    $415,171

    64

    VERMONT

    99

    $17,221

    3

    VIRGINIA

    4,291

    $1,013,013

    148

    WASHINGTON

    1,214

    $156,228

    27

    WEST VIRGINIA

    987

    $132,464

    22

    WISCONSIN

    3,284

    $206,818

    29

    WYOMING

    163

    $79,955

    14

    * Funeral assistance data can/will change daily; the information reflects data as of 3 p.m. ET Monday, May 24, 2021.

    zella.campbell Tue, 05/25/2021 - 13:05
  • FEMA Urges Hawaii Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Season
    FEMA Urges Hawaii Residents to Prepare for Hurricane Season

    HONOLULU, Hawaii — With hurricane season fast approaching, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its National Flood Insurance Program advise Hawaii residents to prepare now for hurricane-related storms and flooding.

    The 2021 Central Pacific hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30. This year, the National Weather Service predicts there may be between two and five tropical storms and hurricanes in the Central Pacific. While this forecast represents fewer storms, it does not predict hurricane landfalls. Even a glancing blow from a hurricane or a significant rain system that passes over land, saturated by previous storms, can trigger a major mudslide and cause significant structural damage.

    Homeowners’ and renters’ policies generally do not cover flood damage. When only an inch of water in a home can cost more than $25,000 to repair, flood insurance can be the difference between recovery and financial devastation.

    “Where it can rain, it can flood,” says FEMA Regional Administrator Robert Fenton. “One of the most important steps homeowners can take is to renew or purchase flood insurance to prepare for this year’s hurricanes and seasonal flood-producing rains. With it, you have the peace of mind that you and your home can, and will, recover after an unexpected flood.”

    Insurance policies normally take 30 days to go into effect. If you own or rent, now is the time to talk to your insurance agent about protecting your home and valuables.

    For more information, visit FloodSmart.gov or call 877-336-2627.

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    FEMA’s mission is helping people before, during, and after disasters. Follow FEMA Region 9 online at twitter.com/femaregion9.

    robert.barker Thu, 05/20/2021 - 21:15