Emergency Agencies and Organizations: A list to help you take a proactive approach

Service1st Restoration

www.serve1st.com

Service1st Restoration provides emergency services to commercial facilities within the following industries: Government, Schools/Universities, Hotels, Property Owners and Management Companies, Insurance, Hospitals/Assisted Living Facilities, Transportation, Apartment Complexes, Churches, Plumbing, Mechanical, Roofing and Sprinkler Contractors.

The Service1st team is inclusive of Restoration technicians, Carpenters and Cleaners with credentials in: Water damage restoration, Commercial Structural Drying, Mold Remediation, Smoke & Odor Removal, Fire Restoration, Bio-hazard/Crime scene cleaning and Sewage clean-up,   We train on the following: OSHA compliance, Lead abatement, Blood borne pathogens, and numerous Carpentry trades. Service1st is focused on taking a proactive approach to a safe working environment.  The team continues training through the highest procedures recognized in the cleaning and restoration industry.

Available 24/7/365 |717.232.5444

Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA)

www.pema.pa.gov

The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) website contains alerts and advisories, current disaster declarations, Ebola information, and many plans, guides and presentations for emergency preparedness and operations, hazard mitigation and auxiliary communications services.

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

www.fema.gov

The FEMA website provides emergency preparedness publications, directions on how to apply for assistance, and also the steps to recover and rebuild after a disaster occurs.

American Red Cross

www.redcross.org

The American Red Cross provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. Emergency assistance may include temporary shelter, food, clothing, basic household furnishings, help with health care needs and referrals to other agencies. On this website you can search for the nearest Red Cross location and get information on a number of emergency related supplies that can be purchased directly from this web site.

Pennsylvania Department of Health

www.health.pa.gov

The Pennsylvania Department of Health website offers information and services regarding public health preparedness, emergency preparedness and response planning, Disaster Volunteer Recruitment and Retention – State Emergency Registry of Volunteers in Pennsylvania (SERVPA), emergency medical services and diseases and conditions.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

www.dhhs.gov

This website provides guidance towards families and individuals for preparing for Disasters and emergencies, what to do before and during a disaster, and also how to respond to the disaster once it has occurred.

FLU.gov

www.flu.gov

This website contains specific information about the Flu including symptoms, prevention, treatment, vaccination, planning, preparedness and pandemic awareness.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

www.cdc.gov

This website provides information concerning Agents, Diseases, and other threats such as bio-terrorism, mass casualties, chemical emergencies, natural disasters and severe weather, radiation emergencies, and recent outbreaks and incidents.

Close Menu
Close This Panel