Last Updated 6 July 2015
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Integration and Coordination
Disaster can happen
anywhere. Offices of
are trained in all phases of
the emergency cycle
response, and recovery).
Childcare providers are
trained in child safety. Bridging that gap and understanding the differences in both process and lexicon is critical to keep our kids safe.
Being prepared for disaster is critical.
BLOCKS believe integration is part of the planning as well as the training and execution processes and is dedicated to improving it across emergency management office or department jurisdictions.
As a first step, BLOCKS is creating "Childcare and Emergency Preparedness Fact Sheets" for each state. Each sheet provides hazard information provided by state and county emergency management organizations, state laws or statutes as applicable to childcare emergency preparedness, and childcare licensing/accreditation or regulation enforcement information.
Please check back often as we will post completed fact sheets as soon as they are available. If you have questions or would like information on a particular state, please email us at Contact@BlocksUSA.org.
Contact us: 1 (360) 801-8566