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Webinar: Reducing Consequences of Nuclear Detonation

  • 03/15/2011
  • 1:00 PM
  • Webinar

Recent research and federal planning guidance has assessed that 100,000s of lives can be saved through adequate planning and knowledge about appropriate actions that can be taken by the public, responders, and the medical community in the aftermath of a nuclear detonation. What would you do if an improvised nuclear device detonated in your community? Brooke Buddemeier from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will present on research-based protective actions that individuals can take to lessen the personal impact of nuclear detonations.

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More details on this webinar and upcoming webinars in the Community Preparedness Webinar Series are available at www.citizencorps.gov/news/webcasts.shtm.

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