|Emergency Vector Control after Natural Disaster - A Study Guide (Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) / Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS), 1982, 98 p.)|
|Lesson 2 - Contingency plans|
As part of predisaster planning, a vector control subcommittee with updated information and the power to act when necessary is important. This lesson lists the types of information an ongoing vector control program requires to function effectively after a disaster.
List the three steps in developing a vector control contingency plan.
List the five types of current information required for an effective vector control program.
Read pages 7-9 in the manual.
Read "Emergency Vector Control Procedures for the Americas," in this lesson.
Read the summary on page 14 of this study guide.
Complete the self-assessment test.