LEPC - Chemical Safety Information for EducatorsBrochures | Emergency Planning | Curriculum | Games and Videos
Local information on what to do in an emergency.
- Your Right to Know: Hazardous Chemicals in Our Community
- How to Stay Safe in a Chemical Emergency
- What does that Siren Mean?
- 15 Steps to Take if There is a Chemical Emergency
Schools and daycare facilities need to have a plan of action for emergencies whether from natural disasters or unknown events.
- Disaster Preparedness and Response for Schools
- Ready Classroom
Emergency preparedness for teachers, students and families; great for daycare centers too!
- Teaching Children to Cope with Emergencies
- Classroom and School Emergency Preparedness
Information and activities for students and teachers who'd like to learn more about disasters and the role they need to play to keep everyone safe.
- American Red Cross Masters of Disaster
This curriculum is centered on a series of ready to go lesson plans that help educate youth about important disaster safety and preparedness information.
- Environmental Health Student Portal
Connecting middle school students to environmental health information.
- NOAA Education
Information and activities for students and teachers who'd like to learn more about oil spills or hazardous chemical accidents.
- FEMA for Kids
Learn about preparing for disasters, preventing disaster damage, what causes disasters, play games, read stories and become a "Disaster Action Kid" with Herman the spokescrab.
- Ready Kids
Create a kit, make a plan and play games with Rory, Rex, Purcilla and Hector. Don't miss your chance to graduate from Readiness U!
- The Planet Protectors:
Activities for Kids
The EPA will help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it. We've got games, pictures, and stories.
How to Stay Safe In a Chemical Emergency (Windows Media, 18 MB)
How to Stay Safe In a Chemical Emergency - for Kids (Windows Media, 25 MB)
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