Dangerous weather events have become a common occurrence and environmental health professionals are on the frontline to responding to the aftermath of these weather events. In this month’s column, Dr. Oliver provides a firsthand look at the tornadoes that hit Alabama in March. She brings NEHA Region 7 Vice-President Tim Hatch in to share his perspectives as an environmental health responder to the event. As a profession, we must work individually and together to overcome these unpredictable disasters.
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