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Background Information

Employment History

Office Manager

Middletown Health Department


Affiliations

Connecticut Environmental Health Association

Board Member


Connecticut Environmental Health Association

Executive Board Member


Web References(6 Total References)


The Connecticut Environmental Health Association

www.cteha.org [cached]

Sal Nesci
sal.nesci@cityofmiddletown.com Middletown Health Department 245 DeKoven Drive PO Box 1300 Middletown, CT 06457 Phone: 860-344-3474 Fax: 860-344-3588


www.middletownpress.com

Salvatore Nesci, chief public health sanitarian and office manager for the Middletown Health Department, worked as the mock operations section chief for the drill. "It went very well; everything has been very organized," he said. Nesci said his job as operations chief is to oversee many departments."I haven't had to leave my chair all day," he said."This is a great testament to the good work the volunteers are doing."Nesci said many people stood to learn from the drill and, based on a previous, similar drill that indicated a lack in communication skills between agencies and officers, Nesci said, "The communication needed to be improved ... with this drill we have surpassed our expectations."


Executive Board

www.cteha.org [cached]

Salvatore Nesci, RS mailto : salvatore.nesci@snet.net)President-Elect :Middletown Health DeptPhone : 860-344-3481Fax : 860-344-3588


www.wtnh.com

Last week, three of them had to be hospitalized because of the same problem. "In certain concentrations and depending on one's immune system (and everybody's different) it could effect your eyes, nose, throat, headaches, that sort of thing," Sal Nesci, of the Middletown Health Department, said. The fire department, where the dispatch center is located, is undergoing renovations for asbestos found between tiles in the floor.  But all 24 firefighters were relocated before the work began.


www.middletownpress.com

Salvatore Nesci, chief public health sanitarian and office manager for the Middletown Health Department, wants to see more people involved in the exercise."The message is, this is helping us in case of a real emergency ... (the public) is helping us in case the real thing happens," Nesci said.Nesci compared the flu clinic to election day and asserted this drill is a civic duty. Nesci says this is because Middletown has the largest full-time health department and because of the central location of the city.


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