Read how WIFSS at the University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine is helping prepare veterinarians, first responders, livestock producers, and rural community leaders for floods, fires, hurricances, and earthquakes, and other disasters.
Be prepared for your next hiking expedition. Take precautions against heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Amid the chaos of response and evacuation, every second counts. A preparedness plan saves time during an emergency response and will increase the chances for the survival of your property, family, and animals.
First responders from across the state of California from San Diego to Sutter counties attended training for organizing the recovery from an incident of agroterrorism or food systems disaster.
First responders attending the pilot courses for DHS AWR 328 and MGT 448, shared their experience with disaster planning and preparedness as they took part in hands-on, problem-solving activities in the courses which took place at the California Fire & Rescue Training Authority.
Having a response action plan in which all community members and organizations have a coordinated disaster response strategy creates an effective community response for an incident of intentional contamination, or from a natural disaster.
Read the news stories that tell about the cutting edge research discoveries and innovative training programs at WIFSS which are impacting local, national, and global food safety issues. Our comprehensive programs address food and water safety as well as the security of the food supply and sustainability of rural communities during natural and terrorist threats.