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Hazard Vulnerability and Risk Assessment
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Florida Department of Health Resources
The Florida Public Health Risk Assessment Tool – The FPHRAT captures information in a residual risk matrix that produces a risk, capability and resources gap analysis for each hazard by county. Access is managed to allow county planner(s) to rank capability functions, resources, and hazards. This tool requires a login password to protect the integrity of the data.
The guide to learn how to use this tool is:
The 2021 FPHRAT Users’ Guide provides information for completing assessments, creating reports and interpreting the data.
State ResourcesFlorida State Emergency Response Team Geospatial Assessment Tool for Operations and Response (GATOR) – GATOR is the flagship common operation picture/situational awareness application for the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM) and the Florida State Emergency Response Team (SERT). The SERT uses this geospatial assessment tool for operations and response. This tool does not require a login password.
State of Florida Enhanced Hazard Mitigation Plan 2018 - hazard mitigation plays an important role in the primary objective of protecting citizens’ health, safety, and welfare. This reference helps define the actions taken to reduce or eliminate the long term risk to human life and property from manmade or natural hazards and should be considered when developing plans. This resource does not require a login password. The Florida Enhanced State Hazard Mitigation Plan 2018 Update is effective August 24, 2018 through August 24, 2023.
Federal and Other ResourcesFlorida Census Information - census information on Florida counties and cities. This resource does not require a login password.
Spatial Hazard Events and Losses Database for the United States (SHELDUS) - is a county-level hazard data set for the U.S. for 18 different natural hazard event types such thunderstorms, hurricanes, floods, wildfires, and tornados. For each event the database includes the beginning date, location (county and state), property losses, crop losses, injuries, and fatalities that affected each county. This tool does not require a login password.
Global Terrorism Database - is an open-source database that includes information on terrorist events around the world. It includes systematic data on domestic as well as international terrorist incidents. This tool does not require a login password.