Texas A&M Superfund Center to Host ‘Plan Ahead, Be Prepared’ Event

2020 Plan Ahead Be Prepared FlyerIn conjunction with Texas A&M’s Disaster Week 2020, the Texas A&M 超级基金研究中心 会带来紧急应对社会与学生分享,教师和规划先行的工作人员宝贵的建议的成员一起。

“Plan Ahead Be Prepared” will be held on Feb. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kyle Field Plaza, during which members of the Texas A&M community can get tips on being prepared for a variety of hazards related to natural disasters, including how to protect your home, assembling first aid kits, keeping pets safe和 planning evacuation routes.

In addition to the 超级基金研究中心, participating organizations from Texas A&M include the Geochemical & Environmental Research Group, the Hazard Reduction & Recovery Center, the Health Science Center, the Office of Safety & Security, the campus chapter of the American Society of Safety Professionals, the Texas Water Resources Institute和 the Veterinary Emergency Team.

Participating organizations from the community and the state include the American Red Cross, Baylor Scott & White Health, the Brazos County Health District Emergency Preparedness, the Brazos Valley Citizen Corps/Community Emergency Response Team, Brazos Fellowship, the National Weather Service, Brookshire Brothers and Brookshire Brothers Pharmacy, Catholic Charities of Central Texas, the Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Texas Military Department’s 6th Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team, the Texas Division of Emergency Management, the United Way of the Brazos Valley/2-1-1 Texas和 the Texas Department of State Health Services.


“教育有关各类灾害事件的危害公众是非常重要的,”超级中心经理说Arlean罗德。 “认知和制备是关键;知道潜在的危险,并采取措施保护自己的必要,你的家人,你的宠物可以让生活和死亡之间的差异。“


另外,超级基金研究中心将举办献血随着那一天墨西哥湾沿岸地区血液中心,从上午10时到下午2:30在Kyle领域广场。捐助者可预先登记捐血的 //tinyurl.com/tamufeb10.

The Texas A&M 超级基金研究中心 is a National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)-funded program comprising researchers from across the Texas A&M campus and several other academic centers that aims to comprehensively evaluate hazards of exposures to chemical mixtures and potential adverse health impacts to those affected by natural disasters, such as hurricanes. A goal of the center is to develop better, faster, more informative tools that can aid in decision-making for planning and response to environmental contamination events.

有关更多信息,请联系罗德在 arohde@cvm.tamu.edu 或979.862.4063。


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联系信息: Jennifer Gauntt, Director of 通讯, Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences;