Clean-Up Resources

Resources Contact Information
CA Department of Health Services George Petersen Insurance Safety Administrators
Jared Goble
     707-360-4335
     jgoble@gpins.com
John Kosack
     530-244-9400
     jkosack@gpins.com
Safe Cleanup of Fire Ash
OSHA standards require that if employees are using respiratory protection like the N95 dust masks on a VOLUNATRY basis, that they be provided with a copy Appendix D to the standard (attached). If it becomes REQUIRED that they wear respiratory protection in the course of their work, a medical examination and fit test should be performed. 
Cal/OSHA

 

Cal/OSHA Issues Advisory for Worker Safety in Wildfire Regions

Cal/OSHA Issues Notice for Worker Safety during Fire Cleanup

County of Sonoma
Economic Development Board
Website - Click here  Fire Recovery Business Resources
Department of Insurance   Voluntary Claims Handling Reforms for Recent Wildfires
FEMA Website- Click here After the Fire 
Apply for Aid
National Law Review   Employers' Obligations to Employees During Natural Disasters
PG&E 1-800-743-5000
Website - Click here
PG&E Safety Tips for when you return home
Red Cross   Picking Up the Pieces After the Fire
State of CA
Employment Development Department
Website- Cick here Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Teladoc Website- Click here If you are a resident of the evacuation zones in Northern California you can request a call from one of our doctors free of charge. English  Spanish
United Policyholders Non-Profit
Empowering the Insured
Website - Click here "Survivors Speak" Tip Series
What Happens Now
Major Fire recovery tips for houses and apartments
Website - Click here A special thank you to the firemen, policemen, industry professionals, lawyers, insurance agents and people who gave us their time, insight and real-life advice.

Emergency Contact Numbers

GPIA Santa Rosa Office: 707.525.4150
GPIA Eureka Office: 707.442.2971