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From: http://www.glaciermedicaled.com/Earthquake_html/Nuclear/nuclear3.html

Decades ago, the Federal Government cut off funding for the maintenance of fallout shelters. Because of decreased threat of international nuclear war occurring, it was determined that fallout shelters were no longer needed. With advanced detection systems and information gathering capacity, government officials believe that there will be adequate time for the public to be warned and to seek shelter. In 1993, the Federal Government policy was to no longer stock fallout shelters with supplies, or to maintain shelters.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency in cooperation with the American Red Cross and local government leaders in each community work together to identify buildings that are suitable to serve as community shelters. Buildings are inspected after any natural or man-made disaster to ensure that they have no structural damage. They are also evaluated on how many people can be accommodated with food preparation areas, restrooms, showers, and sleeping space.   Once suitable buildings have been identified, radio and television broadcasts over the emergency broadcast system go out, identifying buildings in the community that have been cleared to serve as emergency shelters. Often, schools are selected because of their large size, number of restrooms, food preparation areas, and football fields, where tent cities can be constructed. Newer buildings that have up to date building codes are usually selected.

The Red Cross maintains a list of good buildings that might serve as an emergency shelter. After a disaster, the emergency management agency inspects each of these before the public can be directed there for safe shelter. For this reason, the public may be told to use one building after one disaster, and be sent to another building another time. Do not automatically go to a shelter expecting help.

After disasters, debris covered streets, downed power lines, unsafe bridges and overpasses, and collapsed buildings make the process of inspecting buildings for structural soundness very slow.   This process takes several days to complete. For this reason, every family should prepare for disasters and emergency crisis and be able to be self-sustaining for at least 72 hours.


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Fallout Shelters Were Mothballed At The End Of The Cold War. Should They Be Reopened?

Fallout shelters were administered by the U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration, which operated from 1951 in various forms until 1979, when its functions were pulled into the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

When we were moving out of the Cold War and moving into an all-hazards environment—‘all-hazards’ meaning, earthquake, severe storms, severe weather, flooding, volcanic fallout, hazardous material spills, things of that nature—rather than strictly focus on war, we made a concerted effort to remove all the food, all the ventilation kits and the sanitation kits to about the 90 percent level. We destroyed the food because it was sour and unusable.

It’s extremely important that everybody prepare themselves for any event. The world’s not going to come to an end. We must plan to survive and live with the consequences of what is coming.

Most of the fallout shelters are gone. Getting rid of them was a big mistake. The world is too uncertain a place for us to throw away our contingencies.

"Most of my life I was afraid that the world would blow up," says Marshall Berman, professor of political theory and urbanism at the City University of New York, author of the book "All That Is Solid Melts into Air" and longtime resident of the city. "The fallout shelters make me remember that fear."

The shelters first appeared in 1951 after passage of the Defense Emergency Act, and were symbolic of the attitudes and culture of the time. They were part of an emergency response plan in case New York was the target of Soviet nuclear fire.

"The shelters were placed in large sturdy buildings, usually with a basement," explains Chris Griffith, head of the Atomic Archive, an educational CD-Rom and Web site on the history of the atomic bomb.

"Almost all government buildings were designated as shelters, libraries, schools, etc.," Griffith says. "The only characteristic of these places was their ability to house some number of people, but I do not think any public buildings were upgraded to withstand the effects of the nuclear blast."

The act defined a shelter as "a building, structure or other real property, or an area or portion thereof, so constructed, altered or improved as to provide protection against harmful radiation resulting from radioactive fallout."

New York City Fallout Shelters Condition

Fallout Shelter Codes in Bloomington, IL


(a)Ten square feet of shelter floor area per person shall be provided.

(b)At least 65 cubic feet of space per person shall be provided.

(c)If the shelter capacity is based on minimum space requirements, then at least
three cubic feet of fresh air per minute per person are required.

(d)No filters are required on mechanical ventilation systems other than those
necessary for the normal daily use of the space. Ventilation systems should
be designed to prevent an effective temperature exceeding 85 Fahrenheit.
Wherever practical, owners should design for this condition by increasing the
fresh air supply rather than through air cooling and humidity control equipment.

Wisconsin shelters in the 50's and 60's  Photos

Why you should plan to take care of yourself and not depend on others for help:

They may be to busy helping themselves. The basic conditions some expect to occur in a fallout shelter are as follows: Shelter stay may be required for several weeks to protect the population from radioactive fallout.  Outside support may either be overwhelmed with other problems or terminated and thus unavailable.  Shelter populations may be quite large; severe crowding may exist with each occupant permitted as little as 10 square feet of livable space.  Vital provisions such as food, water, and medicine may be scarce and ventilation may be poor.  Shelter populations evacuated from high density disaster areas may be a diverse and heterogenous mixture of ethnic and socioeconomic groups.  Some occupants may have injuries resulting from direct weapons effects. Family members may be separated from each other.  Extreme physical, behavioral, and health problems may quickly develop among the sheltered populations because of the above conditions.

Management problems to be expected are criminal behavior, sexual behavior, use of alcohol and drugs, fighting, gambling, hoarding and inappropriate use of supplies, smoking, unwillingness to obey rules, dangerous personal belongings and rebellion. Respiratory infections are the most common and troublesome of human infectious diseases. Usually mild, they may become serious under shelter conditions and will spread rapidly throughout the shelter population. The most likely respiration infections will include the common cold, meningitis, streptococcal infections, influenza and staphylococcal infections. In some cases, pneumonia outbreaks will occur.


A small survival kit (72 hour kit) should be placed in the trunk of every car. Supplies should also be stored at our workplaces. If early warning is taken from a loss of electrical power (see EMP in `Nuclear Defense Issues') we could have as much as 25 minutes warning of a possible event.

Radiation decays very quickly. Ninety percent of the gamma radiation is gone after the first 7 hours. Ninety percent of the remaining 10 percent is gone after two days. In most areas, after two days, we could leave our expedient shelter and go quickly to our homes. However, if possible, we should stay sheltered for two full weeks. After two weeks there is only one, one thousandth of the gamma radiation remaining.

A home basement is not adequate protection in itself, even in areas of light fallout. However, shelter could be taken in the basement under a strong table. Two feet of books or other heavy objects should be placed on and around the table. A hose could be brought in from the water heater for drinking water, and a 5 gallon bucket with plastic bags could be used for sanitation. These options, however, must be well thought out before hand.

Other suggestions follow:

Garages --(service pit area in quick change places)

Churches--(pipe chases from boiler rooms)

Banks--(basement vault or safety deposit areas)

Hospitals--(usually have massive basements and are well built)

Residential homes--(look for basements with maximum soil coverage)

Schools--(most schools have pipe chases and some have good basements)

Mines--(stay well back from entrance). Possible danger from gas, falling timber, rocks, or shafts

Caves--(stay well back from entrance)

Tunnels -- Many public buildings have tunnel access.

Culverts--look for long runs under highways  (Possible danger from rats or water runoff)

Boiler Rooms--In churches, schools, and other large buildings

Underpasses--There is good blast protection (10 psi) high up under over passes, however there is no radiation protection.

Community Swim pools--Equipment rooms (Clorine gas is stored in pressurized containers & could leak from blast damage)

Armories--(are usually well built)

Fire Departments

City and County Buildings

Underground parking garages-- provide both blast & radiation protection. (Danger that building may fall and trap you)

Boats--(Covered boats in a lake provide good radiation protection, but little blast protection) (Must have capability to wash fallout from cover)

State or County E.O.Cs--(Usually well built and well stocked)

Root Cellars--(Offers better radiation protection than blast protection)

The more distance between you and the source of radiation, including fallout particles, the less radiation you will be exposed to. Heavy, dense material between you and the radiation such as concrete, brick, or being underground, provides much protection from penetrating gamma rays if the layer is thick enough. The best protection exists in buildings of heavy construction or in underground structures, such as basements.

Of course it is not possible to predict targets of nuclear bombing. However, large metropolitan areas and centers of military, industry, or economic importance to our nation are generally considered as having higher potential for attack than rural or smaller towns.

A fallout shelter can be any building with roof and walls thick and dense enough to absorb the strong gamma rays given off by the radioactive fallout. Most radiation emergency situations require that you remain in the shelter from three days up to two weeks.

Many communities have buildings that can serve as fallout shelters. If an adequate shelter is not available in your community, your home will provide better protection than you might think. If your home has a basement, you may consider preparing a shelter there. Thick layers of sand bags, gravel, dirt, bricks, concrete, wood, or steel will all provide some protection from fallout.  (See above for plans and resources)

To improvise a shelter, set up a large table or workbench in the corner of your basement or a room that is below ground level. On top of the table, pile as much shielding material as the table can safely support without collapsing. Also place as much shielding material as possible around the table. Once family members are safely inside, or under, block the opening with more shielding material.

Many common supplies can be used as shielding material. House doors that have been removed from hinges, especially heavy outer doors, dressers or chests can be placed up against a table or workbench. Drawers, trunks, boxes, or cartons can be filled with dirt or sand. Tables, bookcases, books, magazines, firewood, and lumber can all be stacked to provide some additional protection.

If these shelter materials are not available, furniture or large appliances can be placed against a wall. Stack other shielding material around the large appliances and furniture. If you must evacuate because of radiation hazards, take your 72 hour emergency kit with you. If you must stay in a shelter, you may have to remain there up to two weeks. Water is often the most overlooked part of 72 hour kits. Take with you as much water as you can and plenty of food.


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