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During water system interruptions, the operation of health care facilities is severely interrupted and capability can be almost completely degraded within two hours. In order to maintain daily...

U.S. EPA's FedFUNDS site gives utilities information about federal disaster funding programs. Although FedFUNDS focuses on major disasters, you can use the information for any incident that...

WaterISAC has compiled a set of resources for you to consider as you prepare for potential flooding scenarios. All of the linked resources here are available through WaterISAC.

U.S. EPA's Flood Resilience Guide helps utilities understand the flooding threat and identify practical mitigation options to protect their critical assets. The guide includes worksheets and step-...

NIST’s Guide to Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security identifies major security objectives for ICS implementation. ICS includes supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems,...

U.S. EPA's Hazard Mitigation for Natural Disasters suggests to utilities how to mitigate natural disasters and their impacts, including floods, earthquakes, droughts, wildfires, tornados and power...

ICS-CERT's Virtual Learning Portal provides online training that addresses the security of Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Modules include operational security, cybersecurity risk and recent...

A recommended practice document from the NCCIC provides guidance for developing mitigation strategies for specific cyber threats and direction on how to create a Defense-in-Depth security program...

U.S. EPA's Incident Action Checklists are hazard-specific "rip-and-run" resources that help utilities identify actions to take before and during an incident. The checklists address drought,...

FEMA's Best Practices Portfolio is a collection of ideas, activities, projects and funding sources that can help reduce or prevent the impacts of disasters. To take a look at what is possible, or...

U.S. EPA’s National Stormwater Calculator (SWC) is a desktop application that estimates the annual amount of rainwater and frequency of runoff from a specific site anywhere in the United States (...

In November 2017, FEMA published a series of National Incident Management System (NIMS) resources. They include: the NIMS Guideline for Mutual Aid, the NIMS Guideline for the National...

U.S. EPA's Planning for an Emergency Drinking Water Supply helps drinking water and wastewater utilities develop an emergency water supply plan.

U.S. EPA's Power Resilience Guide helps utilities identify the best ways to mitigate the effects of power outages. The guide addresses back-up generators and on-site power generation as well as...

This resource serves as an introduction to extreme weather event adaptation planning. Utilities can learn how to implement strategies to prepare for extreme weather events, to include...

U.S. EPA's Response On-the-Go mobile website allows responders to prepare for incidents, manage responses and upload damage assessment reports using mobile devices.

U.S. EPA's Route to Resilience Tool (RtoR) uses brief videos to guide users through the process of building their own unique Roadmap to Resilience. The RtoR presents five stops along the 'Route...

The U.S. Global Change Research Program (USGCRP), NOAA, USACE, and FEMA recently released a sea level rise planning tool - which includes interactive sea level rise (SLR) maps and a SLR calculator...

U.S. EPA's Storm Surge Inundation Maps show hurricane strike frequency, storm surge flooding and FEMA flood zones along the East Coast and the Gulf of Mexico.

The U.S. EPA's Tabletop Exercise (TTX) tool for drinking and wastewater utilities provides users with the resources to plan, conduct, and evaluate tabletop exercises that focus on water-...

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