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FEMA Media Library

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-28-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-28-2021

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Wildfire Forest Graphic

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-27-2021

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My Rain Garden Coloring Book – Spanish

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My Rain Garden Coloring Book – English

My Rain Garden Coloring Book Cover Page
My Rain Garden Coloring Book Cover Page

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FEMA Public Assistance Second Appeals Tracker 07-27-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-27-2021

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REPP Evaluator - Job Title/Position Qualification Feedback Form

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REPP Evaluator - Positon Task Book Feedback Form

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REPP Evaluator - Positon Task Book

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REPP Evaluator - Job Title/Position Qualification

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Building Codes Toolkit

Developed by the FEMA Federal Insurance & Mitigation Administration (FIMA), Risk Reduction Division, Building Science Branch, this Building Codes Toolkit provides basic guidance and easy-to-use tools to help property owners understand building codes and the basic processes and standards associated with proper design, permitting, construction, and mitigation.

Building codes specify the minimum design and construction requirements to safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of both building occupants and the general public. Historically, details of the building codes, how they are implemented, and its value to overall community planning and disaster resilience have only been understood by the technical community (i.e., engineers, architects, building codes officials, etc.). FEMA recognizes that it is also equally important for the property owners to learn building codes and how their investment to proper construction ultimately protects their property and their occupants.

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FEMA P-424, Design Guide for Improving School Safety in Earthquakes, Floods, and High Winds

This manual is intended to provide guidance for the protection of school buildings from natural disasters. This volume concentrates on grade schools, K-12. FEMA P-424 covers earthquakes, floods, and high winds. Its intended audience is design professionals and school officials involved in the technical and financial decisions of school construction, repair, and renovations. NOTE: This publication is available free to Local and State government staff. All other interested parties can obtain this publication via online download only.

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FEMA 331, Protecting Business Operations - 2nd Report on Costs and Benefits of Natural Hazard Mitigation

Floodwaters can submerge critical equipment, hurricane-force winds can rip sections of roofing off production facilities, and earthquakes can bring down suspended ceilings in office facilities.

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-26-2021

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FEMA Daily Public Assistance Grant Awards Activity 07-26-2021