Emergency Preparedness

Disaster Feeding Guidance for Georgia School Food Authorities Using USDA Foods

Water Emergency Information

Water Interruption Brochure
(Georgia Department of Public Health)
https://dph.georgia.gov/sites/dph.georgia.gov/files/EnvHealth/Food/Education/EnvHealthWaterInterruptionBrochue2016.pdf

Boil Water Advisory Guidelines
(DeKalb County Board of Health)
https://www.dekalbhealth.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Boil-Water-Advisory-2015.pdf

Contaminated Water/Interruption Guidance Document
(Georgia Department of Public Health) http://www.garestaurants.org/uploads/4/4/5/3/44535221/wi_guidance_doc_table_a.pdf

Emergency Preparedness

In light of the current approaching storm, the Disaster Planning/Response Team would like to provide some important information. LEAs are to follow their community’s Disaster Emergency Plan first which includes the Red Cross and FEMA.  The hotline 1-800 number should be the first point of contact for questions and/or concerns.

Hotline number: 1-800-347-0023

If no response, please contact the Disaster Planning/Response Team cell phone numbers (listed below) for further assistance.

Disaster Planning/Response Team

Kathy Peavy: 404-576-9334
Mary Ramsaier: 404-804-4547
Shante’ Williams: 404-615-2824

GA Dept of Public Health Environmental Health Emergency 

Emergency Preparedness
Keep Your Food Safe During Emergencies
Salvaging Food After Flood

Red Cross Facilities Use Agreement

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