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All User Comments for: Field Operations Guide

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Title Submitted By Comments Rating
Field Operations Guide Teresa Bates I really like this tool. It is written in easy to understand language. Would be a good addition to an agency's volunteer webpage so volunteers/staff could familiarize themselves with POD operations prior to an event.     4.5 stars
CRI Field Operations Guide Joshua Carlyle This is a very good FOG.  They did a good job of boiling down a lot of information into the basics needed at a POD in a CRI event.  We used this in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro region as a template in our mass dispensing planning. 4.5 stars
Well Written Elizabeth Faber Easy to read guide for staff and volunteers. 4 stars
Baltimore POD FOG Dana Henderson Overall great tool that was concise and comprehensive. 4 stars
CRI POD Guide Martha Wagaman This guide specifically addresses POD activities in the event of an Aerosolized Anthrax scenario in a large population.  It compiles dispensing algorithms and ICS forms along with communications protocols and safety reminders, providing a good refresher for command staff and POD leadership. 3 stars

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