This check list is provided for facilities to use in creating and/or evaluating their emergency prparedness plans.  The content is based on the currently adopted regulations in Oregon and reflect both health and safety aspects of plans. 
This guide gives suggestions to emergency managers and planners in charge of making local government emergency preparedness and response programs accessible to people with disabilities. The guide was produced by the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section.
Preparing the Workplace for Everyone is meant to serve as a launching point for federal agencies as they re-evaluate and strengthen their Occupant Emergency Plans (OEPs), which are required for all federal agencies by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA).1 This framework of guidelines reflects the effective practices of nearly 20 federal agencies gathered from direct input, existing reports and articles, and actual emergency plans.
CPG-101 is designed to aid tribal, state, territorial and local governments in planning for individuals with special needs during an emergency. CPG-301 was developed jointly by FEMA and the DHS Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties. The interim guide reflects extensive input from key federal, state, and local government partners, along with nongovernmental organizations representing special needs communities.
This guide is designed to help people with disabilities prepare an emergency plan to protect themselves, family, friends, personal care assistant and others in the support network in the event of an emergency.