Transporters and Distributors
IFDA Crisis Communication Manual (PDF | 175 KB)
International Foodservice Distributors Association.
The importance of creating a crisis action plan is imperative when unforseen circumstances present themselves in a business. This manual is designed to help businesses create a crisis plan through defining crisis, demonstrating how to develop a communications and crisis team, understanding how to communicate effectively with the media, and emphasizing the importance of follow-up after a crisis is resolved.
A Notice from the FDA to Growers, Food Manufacturers, Food Warehouse Managers, and Transporters of Food Products About the Safety of Food Affected by Hurricanes, Flooding, and Power Outages
FDA. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
When food is damaged after being exposed to natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods, it is advisable for consumers, manufacturers, transporters and farmers to know which products are to be thrown away or which products can be salvaged. This notice provides information on foods that should be destroyed and foods that are able to be reconditioned.
Radiological Emergency Information for Farmers, Food Processors and Distributors (PDF | 174.19 KB)
Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Radiation Control Program.
Guidance on how to protect your livestock and crops in the event of a radiological emergency. Reviews information on release of radioactive material, effects of radiation exposure, giving animals protected feed and water and protection against contaminated soil and food products.
Radiological Emergency Information For Farmers, Dairy Farmers, Ranchers, Food Processors and Distributors (PDF | 179.01 KB)
State of Arizona. Division of Emergency Management.
Instructions on what you should do in case radioactive material is released in the environment. Provides information how to respond to radiological emergencies and gives general instructions on radiation and post emergency activities.