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What does ERD stand for?

ERD stands for Emergency Response Division

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Director of the Emergency Response Division, Nigel Lightfoot, was pleased with the way the event had been handled.
Jesse Majkowski, the director of the Food Safety and Inspection Service's Emergency Response Division, said that before the product can be cooked it is reexamined by government officials for visible signs of fecal contamination.
The contract requires GP staff to coordinate with the ISDH Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response Division staff as well as other state and local preparedness partners, such as the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, local law enforcement, county emergency management agencies, local health departments, hospitals and community health centers.
Dr Nigel Lightfoot, director of the emergency response division at the HPA, said: "Training exercises are an important part of ensuring emergency services are well-prepared for major incidents, including those caused by terrorist attacks.
Charys") (OTCBB:CHYS) announced today that its subsidiary Cotton Companies ("Cotton"), a disaster recovery group of companies specializing in fire and water damage restoration services, has deployed resources from its Emergency Response Division into several areas impacted by recent storm and fire events.
Dr Nigel Lightfoot, director of the emergency response division at the Health Protection Agency, said: "Training exercises are an important part of ensuring emergency services are well-prepared for major incidents, including those caused by terrorist attacks.
7-7's emergency response division, which operates primarily in the Ohio River Valley, will benefit from networking with Larco, an Exsorbet subsidiary which is a leading emergency responder in the Gulf Coast area, by extending the emergency response coverage of Exsorbet for the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes.