Clean-Up Resources

Resources Contact Information
CA Department of Health Services George Petersen Insurance Safety Administrators
Jared Goble
John Kosack
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 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