LaHRH101: After the Hurricane Potential Hazards and Disaster Recovery
LaHRH101: After the Hurricane Potential Hazards and Disaster Recovery is first in a four-course learning series.
The goal of this course is to improve understanding and preparedness for safely managing hurricane and flood recovery. The course curriculum is designed to provide general guidance and training to the public health workforce, response workers, volunteers, and community members who face the hazards that arise after hurricanes and floods occur in Louisiana.
Academic Faculty/Staff, Federal Government Employees, State Government Employees, Local Government Employees, Non-Government Employees and Students.
- Safely perform disaster recovery response after a hurricane or flood
- List potential hazards you might encounter when returning after a hurricane or flood
- Describe the PPE that should be used during disaster recovery
- List general hurricane recovery safety tips
Rosalind Green, ScD
Dr. Rosalind Green has worked in public health since 2008. Currently employed by the Louisiana Department of Health/Office of Public Health/Section of Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology, Dr. Green serves as an environmental health scientist supervisor for the section’s Health Assessment program. Dr. Green is a graduate of Xavier University of Louisiana, Tulane University, and Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.
- 1.00 Participation/CETulane Professional and Continuing Education (PaCE) awards 1.00 hour(s) of credit for completing LaHRH101: After the Hurricane Potential Hazards and Disaster Recovery
Links to External Websites
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Adobe Acrobat Reader (for desktops and laptops)
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Internet Connection Speed
A minimum download speed of 1.5 Mbps is recommended for an optimal experience, which is commonly the speed associated with a basic DSL or a cellular/satellite connection. A faster connection, such as cable or fiber service, with further enhance your online experience. A Wi-Fi connection is generally acceptable, but it is dependent upon one of the two services mentioned above. You can check your internet connection speed at http://www.speedtest.net/.