Emergencies of any kind happen when we least expect them and often when families aren't together. Suddenly, you need to think about the kids at school or your elderly parents across town. If the phones aren't working, or neighbourhoods aren't accessible, what will you do?
The best way to ensure your family's safety is to have an emergency plan. Having a plan, will save time and make real situations less stressful.
So, do your part! Being prepared for any emergency, begins with you! Take the time to learn about emergencies that can happen where you live and plan for these situations.
The following is an emergency preparedness checklist. This list is the begining of your plan.....
Your Emergency Preparedness Guide
Emergency Vehicle Kit
Information for People with Disabilities/Special Needs:
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilities/Special Needs - EMO
Emergency Preparedness for People with Disabilites/Special Needs - (72 hours)
Following are publications, to help you prepare for a variety of emergencies:
Power Outages - What To Do
Floods - What To Do
Severe Storms - What To Do
Tips for Dealing with High Winds and Severe Rainfall
Emergency Preparedness for Farm Animals