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  • Neighborhood READY

    Is your neighborhood ready? One form of neighborhood readiness is participation in CERT, but along the lines of this year's National Preparedness Month Theme (“Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.”) we'd like to suggest a more simple with of preparing with family and neighbors.

    Don't Wait. Communicate. Make a family emergency plan today. Share the Plan with Neighbors, too! Don't Wait. Communicate. Make a family emergency plan today. Share the Plan with Neighbors, too!

    After you have planned and supplied for your Family Preparedness, share the plans with your neighbors... plan a dinner or cookout to share plans with one another - they may have some great ideas you have missed and vice-versa - moreover, share your communication information... perhaps you can reach one another in an emergency when you can't reach your own family ... this is a great way to get updates on the safety and well being of those you cannot reach. has some great ideas Planning with Neighbors  in their Community Preparedness Toolkit, as well.

    NPM_NeighborsPlan with neighbors to help each other and share resources.

    Almost half of Americans expect to rely a great deal on their neighbors after a disaster. Start the conversation now with these Neighbor Helping Neighbor strategies.

  • Hurricane Tips for Businesses

    Tip for Businesses for Hurricane Season

    So often we focus on Individual and Home Preparedness, this Hurricane Preparedness Week we want to also make sure that you think of Disaster & Survival Readiness for your Workplace as well.

    Aside from Planning for Emergencies & having adequate Disaster Supplies on hand, another great resource for business owners and managers is the FEMA app. This free resource is your one-stop-shop with tools and tips to keep you and your employees safe before, during, and after disasters. Stay updated with weather-related alerts from the U.S. National Weather Service. Upload and share your disaster photos to help out emergency managers. Save a custom list of the items in your family’s emergency kit, as well as the places you will meet in case of an emergency. Get tips on what to do before, during, and after over 20 types of disasters. And locate open shelters and where to talk to FEMA in person at Disaster Recovery Centers. Click the image to download the FEMA app

    FEMA-App-WeatherAlso read: Disaster Safety: Every Business Should Have a Plan

    Also see what FEMA has to say about Access Alerts and Warnings.


  • Terrorism

    With America's PrepareAthon this Saturday, we've been address a wide variety of types of disasters on may need to deal with. Terrorism is and emergency situation you should consider. We've discussed EarthquakesFireSpring StormsTsunamisBlackouts & Brownouts, as well as  Disaster ManagementFamily Emergency Readiness, and what to have in your Emergency Grab and Go Kits. Now - let's look at evil...


    ?   Terrorists look for visible targets such as international airports, large cities, major international events, resorts, and high-profile landmarks. Terrorist weapons include explosives, kidnappings, hijackings, arson, and shootings.

    ?   Be alert and aware of the surrounding area. The very nature of terrorism suggests that there may be little or no warning.

    ?   Take precautions when traveling. Be aware of conspicuous or unusual behavior. Do not accept packages from strangers. Do not leave luggage unattended.

    ?   Learn where emergency exits are located. Think ahead about how to evacuate a building, subway or congested public area in a hurry. Learn where staircases are located.

    ?   Notice your immediate surroundings. Be aware of heavy or breakable objects that could move, fall or break in an explosion.


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