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Chain Saw Safety
Located in House & Home
Check Flooded Buildings’ Structural Soundness
Located in Media Resources / News Releases / After the Flood
Check Your Sump Pump
Located in Media Resources / News Releases / Before the Flood
Children and Flooding
Located in Media Resources / Public Service Announcements (PSA)
Narrated slideshow presented by H. Katherine O'Neill, PhD, Coordinator, ND Psychological Association, Disaster Response Network
Located in Family & Children
Located in Family & Children
Located in House & Home
Chlorine Bleach Safety
Located in House & Home
Clean and Dry Carpets and Rugs as Quickly as Possible
If sewage-contaminated floodwaters covered your carpeting, discard it for health safety reasons. Also discard if the carpet was wet or damp for more than a couple days. To clean, drape carpets and rugs outdoors and hose them down.
Located in Flood Recovery Checklists
Clean and Dry Valuable Papers
Wash the mud off, then spread and air dry individual pages.
Located in Flood Recovery Checklists
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