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General Winter Weather Tips Try to stay indoors during severe winter weather. If you have to go outside, be sure to dress warmly in loose fitting layers of clothing. Wear heavy gloves to protect your hands and heavy socks with boots that will not absorb water. Cover your mouth so that you don’t breathe in ...

After a Flood – Precautions, Cleanup and Hazards – Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) American Red Cross Cuyahoga County Local Emergency Planning Committee Cuyahoga County Office of Emergency Management Disinfecting Drinking Water During an Emergency Earthquake Safety – Drop! Cover! Hold On! Extreme Heat Flood Information – Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)  Flood ...

1 2 3 Healthy Homes Document Downloads 10 Steps To Make Your Home Asthma Friendly Alternatives to Household Hazardous Products Fall Prevention Tips Home Security Checklist Mercury – How to Clean Up Small Spills Mercury Fact Sheet Radon Test Kit Application Safety for Older Consumers – Home Safety Checklist Six Steps to Get Rid of ...

Please check these websites for news about recalls for food and other products: Helpful Links CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Consumer Product Safety Commission FDA Food and Drug Administration Recalls Safercar USDA United States Department of ...

CCBH distributes rabies prevention materials throughout our communities. They can be found at local city halls, community centers and veterinarian offices. To view materials, click on the links below: CDC – Rabies: A Forgotten Killer (Rabies Information) CDC – Rabies: A Forgotten Killer (Video) CDC – General Rabies Information CDC – Rabies Information For Kids ...

Animal Venue Links Center for Food Security & Public Health Healthy Pets Healthy People Federal, State and Local Requirements   At the federal, state and local levels, animal venues may have additional requirements. Below is a list of useful links. All have roles in regulating the international and interstate movement of animals: Centers for Disease ...

Mosquito Control Mosquito Life Cycle Ohio Dept. of Health – Zoonotic Disease Information CDC – Vector Borne Infectious Diseases CDC – LaCrosse Encephalitis CDC – St Louis Encephalitis CDC – West Nile Virus CDC – Chikungunya Virus CDC – Insect Repellent Use & Safety U.S. EPA – Mosquito Control U.S. EPA – Reducing Insect Bites with ...

Welcome to the employee Worksite Wellness page! Here you will find information about current events and offerings that the Worksite Wellness committee has for CCBH employees. For 2015, we plan on continuing to offer yoga and chair massages as well as other wellness events. Please login often to look for new Lunch and Learns being ...

Winter can be a particularly difficult time for pets. Give your pet a safer, healthier weather season by following these tips: A temperature of 10°F or below is too cold for any pet. The physical stress of cold temperatures can make pets more likely to become sick or infected. Provide outdoor dogs or cats with ...

  Almost one billion people catch a cold and more than 200,000 people catch the flu every year in the United States.  However, there are some steps you can take to keep you and your family healthy during cold and flu season. Prevent Illness The primary means of spreading a cold and the flu is ...

Winter holidays can be a joyous time for all, but nearly 50% of civilian fire deaths occur from November to February. Most heating fires involve fireplaces and chimneys. The most dangerous place to be, with regard to fire, is in your own home. Your home can be a cozy, warm place away from a harsh winter, but ...

Useful Websites American Red Cross The American Red Cross has information available for teachers, educators, and presenters to use as they help children and families stay safe during disasters or other emergencies. Buckeye Traffic This page includes maps and information about the condition of Ohio’s state routes and highways. Department of Education This website provides school leaders with ...

    Food Allergies   Click here to visit the Food Allergies page.       Food Defense   Click here to visit the Food Defense page.       Food Education and Information for Food Workers Click here to visit the Food Workers page.       Food Inspection Reports   Click here to view food ...

CLAS stands for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services. When a person, business or provider operates using CLAS ideals and principles, they are delivering services which are respectful, easily understood and sensitive to the diverse cultural and communication needs of their clients. We are also committed to serving all populations in ways that promote equity and ...

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