SAFETY and HEALTH ISSUES
1. Congestion of Roadways
3. Narrow roads, loose gravel
4 Walking, children playing
5. Rough/wash boards roads
1. Bites, diseases and sanitation.
* Camp Sanitation
1. Disposal of gray water
2. Hand washing facilities
3. Potable Water Sources
4. Preparation and storage of food
* Garbage/Solid Waste
1. Proper disposal garbage
2. Insect, rodents and animal problems
* Human Waste/Hygiene
1. Failure to develop adequate number of toilet facilities and treatment methods.
2. Failure to use developed toilet facilities.
3. Disposal of feminine hygiene products and condoms.
* Camp Sites
1. Snags, broken limbs.
1. Exposure to all Classes of Communicable Diseases
Off Site Impacts
1. Congestion of Roadways
2. Restricted use of road access through the incident site.
3. Use of roadway for walking or play areas.
4. Abandoned vehicles on or along roadways.
5. Oversize vehicles travel on narrow roads.
6. Narrow roads and loose gravel
1. Stray and abandonment of animals- Garbage /Refuse
2. Lack of proper vaccinations
3. Introduction of disease into the wildlife population.
1. Large volume of garbage / refuse requiring disposal
1. Pollution of stream/lakes on site and downstream.
2. Improper disposal of gray water.
3. Possible depletion of water supply sources for downstream users.
- Emergency Medical Services
1. Impact on local medical facilities/services
- Health Services
1. Impact on local mental health, social services and welfare agencies.
- Communicable diseases
1. Possible increase in childhood diseases through exposure by unvaccinated children.
1. County and State Roads
2. Forest Roads
3. Use of Seat Belts
5. Wildlife/Livestock on and crossing roadway.
6. Watch for walkers & children playing on roadways.
7. Abandoned vehicles on or along roadways.
8. Oversize vehicles travel on narrow roads.
1. Use of horses around large crowds
2. Care and maintenance of horses and equipment.
1. Training and experience
3. Off road use
1. Rotary vs. Fixed wing operations
2. Carded vs. non-carded
3. identification of LZ's
1. Proper foot wear
2. Night Travel
3. Hazardous Areasa. Dense Brush
b. Twigs and Branch Stakes
c. Steep Slopes
d. Rock Slides
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
1. On and Off Site
2. Availability of local EMS services
3. Distance to critical care facility
- Bloodborne Pathogens
2. Hepatitis "B"
- Respiratory Diseases
- Bacterial Diseases
2. Head and Body Lice
3. Lymes Disease
4. Rocky Mtn. Tick Fever
1. Hepatitus (fecal-oral)
1. Heat vs. Cold
2. Rain and Wind
2. Insects (Scorpions, Ticks)
1. Failure to control & restrain
2. Large amount of feces
1. Disposal of needles
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4. Some Standards for Personal Safety
5. Bloodborne Precautiouns
6. Proper Vehicle Maintenance