September 11, 2002

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Federal Response Plan (FRP): Provides the basic framework for bioweapons response Anthrax: http://wwwwhoint/emc/diseases/anthrax/indexhtml

    September 11, 2002



CDC Bioterrorism Pages: Good source of the CDC’s most up-to-date recommendations

    regarding preparedness and response to bioterrorism.

The National Response Team Technical Federal Response Plan (FRP): Provides the

    basic framework for bioweapons response.

    Incidence Command System (ICS): This site has several good publications

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Page: Additional bioterrorism preparedness and response information.

    Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program: U.S. military Website for anthrax immunization.

Bioport Corporation: Website of sole U.S. manufacturer of anthrax vaccine.

Biological Warfare and its Cutaneous Manifestations

    The Electronic Textbook of Dermatology: Very good biological weapons reference.

    Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA): Military website with information and links regarding biological weapons

Journals: These journals have published many reports regarding bioterrorism. Many of

    these reports are available for download free of charge. Access will vary between

    journals and publications.

CDC Journal of Emerging Infectious Diseases


Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

Infection and Immunity

New England Journal of Medicine

Morbidity and Mortality Weekly

    WHO Health Aspects of Chemical and Biological Weapons: WHO’s main pages regarding bioterrorism preparedness and response.

World Health Organization Resources about specific biological weapon agents:

    Smallpox: Anthrax: VHFs: Plague:

    CDC 2002 International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases: Excellent conference with many presentations (available as webcasts) about bioterrorism.

    Johns Hopkins University Center for Civilian Biodefense Strategies: Bioterrorism information and resources site.

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Resources:


Model OSHA Health & Safety Plan (e-HASP) for Clean-up of Facilities Contaminated

    with Anthrax Spores:

Monterey Institute of International Studies

    Center for Nonproliferation Studies: Source of information regarding terrorism.


NBC Excellent website for up-to-date information and news regarding nuclear,

    biological, and chemical weapons of mass destruction.

NIOSH Homepage

NIOSH Emergency Response page: NIOSH page with important information regarding

    occupational aspects of preparing and responding to bioterrorism in the workplace.

Textbook of Military Medicine. Online version of the only textbook of its kind covering

    all major agents and considerations of chemical and biological warfare.

University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Department of Epidemiology

    Epidemiologic Information Bioterrorism on Bioterrorism Homepage: Excellent

    compilation of epidemiological, clinical, and educational information regarding anthrax

    letter attacks of 2001.

United States Army Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USARICD): Homepage

    of U.S. Army’s chemical research and education center.

GAO Reports:

    Search for GAO-03-316 U.S. Postal Service Better Guidance is Needed to Improve

    Communication Should Anthrax Contamination Occur in the Future

    United State Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases: Homepage of U.S. Army’s biological weapons research and education center.

Radiation Emergency Assistance Center/Training Site (REAC/TS): Excellent source

    of information and training opportunities regarding responding to radiation accidents

    Medical Management of Biological Casualties: U.S. Army’s field handbook, also known as “The Bluebook.”

    Access to all web listed web sites was confirmed on September 11, 2002.


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