Emergency Planning and Response
NYSED Guidelines for Managing Emergency Health Care are currently under development. In the interim please see the resources below.
BleedingControl.org (Stop the Bleed) Bleeding Control Information - is an initiative of the American College of Surgeons and the Hartford Consensus and contains diagrams, news, videos, and other resources. (7/11/19) NOTE: Additional guidance for medical directors is available on the medical director page of this website.
CDC Emergency Preparedness Webpage-Resources on natural disasters, mass casualties, chemical, radiation, bio-terrorism and unaccompanied children.
Emergency Preparedness Webpage-Assists educators teach middle school students basic emergency preparedness through lesson plans, posters and other resources (CDC, 6/13/17).
National Associate of School Nurses Resources (NASN)
National Education Association Health Information Network Resources (NEA and HIN)
New York State Center for School Health Resources (NYSCSH) Sample Emergency First Aid Backpack
US Department of Education Resources (USDOE)
Guide for Developing High-Quality School Emergency Operations Plans: At a Glance Webpage-Provides resources to help schools develop emergency operations plans (EOPs), free on-site and online training, print and digital resources.
NYS Department of Health Emergency Medical Services Regional Offices (NYSDOH Health Systems Management)
The resources were written for the school nurses outside NYS. NYS school nurses must follow NYSED and the NYSDOH guidelines
Page updated 7/11/19