What Will You Do When A Disaster Strikes?

A Curriculum Designed To Help Keep You And Your Food Safe
  flood hurricanE Earthquake tornado fire  
Tennessee State University
 
College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Contents
Select A Topic
  Curriculum Overview
  Lesson 1 - Developing A Communication Plan 
  Lesson 2 - Preparing An Emergency Food Kit 
  Lesson 3 - Keeping Food Safe When The Lights Go Out
  Lesson 4 - Water Is High And The Food Is Not Dry 
  Lesson 5 - Making Water Safe To Drink 
  Lesson 6 - Precautions With Airborne Toxins And Fires 
  Lesson 7 - Managing Food Recalls And Tampering
  Lesson 8 - Steps To Preventing A Foodborne Illness 
  Appendix 
  Complete Booklet For Printing 
      Complete Curriculum For Printing     
 
This curriculum was prepared by:
 
Sandria L. Godwin, Ph.D., R.D.
Leslie Speller-Henderson, M.S.
Richard W. Stone, B.S.
Tennessee State University
College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Sciences
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
In Collaboration With
 
Jackson State Community College RTI International
Richard Coppings, Ph.D Sheryl C. Cates, B.S.
Katherine M. Kosa, M.S.
   
 
  If you have any questions please contact:  
  Dr. Sandria Godwin  
615-963-5619
sgodwin@tnstate.edu
     
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