**Flood Disaster Response**

Included here are two articles dealing with responses to flood related disasters.


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Calgary Flood Disaster Response: A Few Suggestions / Tips For Managers
To All Managers In The Flood Area People in your area are facing a major crisis including many types of losses, fear and frustration, great uncertainty, and anxiety about the immediate future. In order to help staff cope we have prepared the following set of suggestions and tips for both self-care and assisting your colleagues. We want to cover four basic areas: (1) self care, (2) staff, (3) children, (4) functioning at work. Self Care We all respond to crises differently. Typical responses to this type of disaster include physical discomfort (nausea, cramps, headaches, gastro-intestinal...
Calgary Flood Disaster Response: Coping Suggestions For Staff & Family
To All Staff In The Flood Disaster Area Emergency Services Personnel are looking after community needs for rescue, evacuation, power, shelter, food and other necessities. Our intent here is to provide staff with a few strategies directed at self and family psychological and emotional well being. We want to cover four basic areas: (1) self care, (2) co-workers, (3) children, (4) functioning at work. We are including a detailed list of typical crisis response reactions (physical, thought processes, emotional, behavioral). You may find this worthwhile reviewing. Self Care We all respond to...

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