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Should I take Potassium Iodide (KI) during a radiological emergency?
What can I do to prepare for a radiological emergency?
What should I do in case of a radiological emergency?
Will it be safe for me to eat food or drink water from my area after a radiological emergency?
Radiological Emergency Response and the EPA
What is the EPA's role during a radiological emergency?
What kinds of experts and equipment does the EPA’s radiation protection program have to support a radiological emergency response effort?
Protective Action Guides (PAGs)
At what point and what concentrations will I be told to stop drinking tap water during a radiological emergency?
How do officials know when it is time to carry out protective actions?
How do the PAGs inform safety measures during and after a radiological emergency?
How does the drinking water PAG work with EPA’s existing Safe Drinking Water Act regulations?
How is the new PAG Manual being implemented in the FEMA Radiological Emergency Preparedness (REP) Program?
What are Protective Action Guides (PAGs) and why are they important?
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What is the EPA doing about tracking radiation in our environment from Fukushima?
Does EPA monitor the ocean for radiation from Fukushima?
Where can I get information on seafood safety related to Fukushima?
Where can I find the most current information about Fukushima and radiation levels in the environment?