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The Emergency Preparedness Checklist and GuideDisasters can happen at any time, without warning. In a natural disaster, disease outbreak, terrorist attack or other major emergency, a network of local, regional, state and federal systems will initiate pre-planned and practiced responses. Above and beyond the actions you can expect from municipal and public health entities, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommend that you and your family prepare to take care of yourselves as much as possible in a disaster. For the most basic preparedness, this means: collecting important data in one, easily accessible location. having a basic Family Emergency Kit and Plan ready.The Emergency Preparedness Checklist and Guide provides you a means to collect necessary information in the one piece of equipment you always have on you - your phone. This project is made possible by funding from the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department Emergency Preparedness Office. Features:Disaster Kit ChecklistsPersonal Medical Record Database with export to email function.Reminders every 6 months to check/rotate kit suppliesFamily Emergency Plan formsInsurance and vehicle informationGeneral information on disaster basicsBasic CPR and First Aid informationU.S. Military Survival Manual included!Ability to import photos and PDF files of EKGs, X-rays, lab results, discharge summaries, and other medical information, or other disaster-related diagrams and information.Planned future updates: Add multiple Medical profilesExport Medical Information to PDFRegular additions of disaster preparedness informationThanks to:Programmer Stephen Bradley, the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department Emergency Preparedness Office, FEMA, the NIH, the CDC, and all of the public servants who do their best to ensure safety to our citizens. Please send user feedback and bug information so that we can continue to improve our app.