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Environmental Surety Plan - Arlington County


This document is an example of an Environmental Surety Plan created in 2005 as evidence for Goal 1, Measure 1 of Project Public Health Ready (PPHR) by Arlington County Public Health Department, VA. This plan was identified by NACCHO as a best-practice during the second round of PPHR.

The plan includes the following:

  • Environmental Surety Plan Elements
  • Environmental Decontamination and Cleanup of Hazard- lists items to consider regarding decontamination and cleanup such as HAZMAT procedures, population protection, medical imprecations, etc.
  • Environmental Surety Partners- describes Arlington County Public Health Division's role and lists agency partners.
  • Additional Requirements- lists other issues to consider such as public information messages, identifying environmental hazards, identifying limitations for future land use, etc.


Primary Toolkit:

PPHR Toolkit

Keyword Area:

All-Hazards, Project Public Health Ready


200,000 - 299,999

Institutional Author:

Arlington County Health Department, VA





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