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
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 Curriculum
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!
- Tox Mystery
In English and Spanish Toxie the Cat will help you find the hazards hidden in each room and offer hints when needed. Successfully find all the risky spots in the house and watch Toxie dance and celebrate!
- US EPA Environmental Kids Club
The EPA will help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it. We've got games, pictures, and stories.
- National Library of Medicine: ToxTown
Here's an introduction to toxic chemicals and environmental health risks for high school and college students, educators and the public.
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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