Columbus Public Health is responsible for the long-term continuing health protection for residents in the cities of Columbus and Worthington. The Office of Emergency Preparedness serves Columbus Public Health by strengthening its workforce and the community's ability to successfully prevent, prepare for, respond to and recover from health emergencies.
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Planning and Response
Click here to review the Columbus Public Health's (CPH) Emergency
Response Plan Executive Summary. For comments or question please email Jessica Frank at JMFrank@columbus.gov.
Download the Plan.
Education: Ready in 3
Ready in 3 educates residents on prevention, protection and recovery from public health threats and hazards.
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Office of Emergency Preparedness coordinates training
and planning efforts with partners from law enforcement, fire, hospitals,
American Red Cross, and the Franklin County and Columbus Medical Reserve Corps.
Preparedness Partners Webinar Series
Preparedness professionals share their real-life stories, expertise, and lessons learned on trending topics. Find us on Twitter using #PrepPartners.
Visit the Preparedness Webinar Series webpage here.
Chemical Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council
Find information about the Chemical Emergency Preparedness Advisory Council (CEPAC), Franklin County's official local emergency planning committee.
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