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Lessons Learned From the Field of Emergency Preparedness: Slide Presentation

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Emergency Preparedness Resource Inventory Tool (EPRI) Description and Uses

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  • EPRI is an internet-based tool enabling first responders, healthcare and private/public entities the ability to compile an inventory of critical resources via a public domain database tool.
  • Provides flexible access to inventory data via a Web site.
  • Provides the ability to make emergency requests and tabulate responses.
  • Generates reports on quantity, location, discipline and availability.
  • Meets ASPR (Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response) guidelines for tracking of grant funded purchases.

Speaker Notes:

EPRI is an Internet-based tool that provides first responders, private/public entities, and health care providers the ability to track emergency resources. Emergency requests can be made and reports generated based on quantity, location, discipline, and availability.

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