Public Health Safety and Security for Mass Gatherings

Committee on Homeland Security. (2008). Public Health, Safety, and Security for Mass Gatherings. U.S. House of Representatives.
Federal staff were charged with examining mass gathering events and identifying areas where additional resources would help ensure attendee safety. Their findings are categorized under three areas: countering biological threats, collaborative planning, and partnering across sectors.
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