The Louisiana Hurricane Response Hub (LaHRH) curriculum was developed by the Louisiana Office of Public Health to provide general guidance and training to the public health workforce, response workers, volunteers, and community members who face hazards that arise after hurricanes and floods occur in Louisiana. The courses will increase awareness, understanding, and preparedness of events and hazards associated with hurricanes and floods in Louisiana communities.
The 4 courses in this curriculum cover topics related to general safety and health considerations, heat-related illness, private water wells, and mold exposure. Local resources related to Louisiana hurricane preparedness and recovery are provided to strengthen community awareness and resilience.
To complete the Louisiana Hurricane Response Hub (LaHRH) certificate program you must successfully complete all of the courses listed below.
Courses Assigned to the Certificate Program: Louisiana Hurricane Response Hub (LaHRH)
|LaHRH 101: After the Hurricane: Potential Hazards and Disaster Recovery||1|
|LaHRH 102: Mold Exposure and Health Effects||1|
|LaHRH 103: Heat-Related Illness - Risk Factors, Types & Prevention||1|
|LaHRH 104: Protecting Your Private Well Water||1|