Ready Emergency Stockpile Recipes- in March 2012, the American
Public Health Association challenged cooks to come up with a healthy,
tasty recipe they could make from non-perishable foods that they would
have in their emergency stockpile — no cooking or heating allowed.
Offices of Emergency
Ocean County Office of Emergency Management
Long Beach Island and Stafford Twp. Emergency Management Brochure
Ocean County Medical Reserve Corps
The north Atlantic hurricane season runs from
June 1 through November 30.
Guide to Hurricane Preparedness
CDC-Hurricanes--Health & Safety
National Hurricane Center--Hurricane Preparedness
Weather Channel--Hurricane Central
Using Portable Generators Safely
A Consumer's Guide to Food Safety: Severe Storms and Hurricanes
Managing the Emotional Consequences of Storms and Floods
Long Beach Township has a Reverse Emergency Notification System that allows the Emergency Management office to call you with any emergency or potential health hazard that may occur in the area where you live. By adding your cell phone or landline to the database, an attempt will be made to contact both numbers notifying you of the situation.
If you would like to add your cell phone or Non-Verizon phone number to the Long Beach Township Reverse Emergency Notification database, please utilize this form
Non-Verizon phone numbers such as Comcast, Vonage, etc. will need to be registered.
Emergency Planning Guide for Oyster Creek Generating Station-Important
Safety Information for Your Community 2012/2013
Information For Residents Near Oyster Creek Generating Station
Potassium Iodide (KI) Pills
NJ Special Needs Registry
The NJ special needs registry is a state-wide registry
for residents with special needs. This survey is voluntary, confidential
and free. It is designed to assist first responders and emergency
planners in identifying those residents that may need assistance in
evacuating during an emergency.
Every year in the United State, 5% to 20% of the population gets
seasonal flu. Since it is caused by influenza viruses that are similar
to those already circulating, vaccines are an effective method of
prevention. Health experts are worried that a new influenza virus that
people have not been exposed to before could cause a pandemic, or
worldwide, outbreak. This form of flu is likely to be more severe,
affect more people, and cause more deaths than seasonal influenza
because people will not have immunity to the new virus and flu shots
will not be able to offer protection.
Preparing ahead of time will help bring the peace of mind and confidence
to deal with a pandemic, and possibly lessen its effects. These
checklists will help you gather the information and resources you may
need in case of a flu pandemic.
“Get Flu Ready New Jersey”
Pandemic Flu Planning Checklist for Individuals and Families
Family Emergency Health Information Sheet
Emergency Contacts Form
guide:How you can prepare for disasters and public health
American Sign Language Emergency Preparedness Videos
Guidance for Emergency Action Planning for Food Establishments
Federal Alliance for
Safe Homes, Inc.-FLASH
Emergency Preparedness for Children with Special Needs
Emergency Preparedness and People with Disabilities
"Wash Your Hands: Staying clean After a Disaster
Emergency Readiness for Older Adults and Caregivers
Disaster Mental Health Help line: 1-877-294-4357