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How would you answer the questions this lady asks?

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Emergency Preparedness Articles

After Action Report: Whole Community Approach Workshop (pdf)11/10/2011
Bio-terrorism Attack Preparedness (pdf)10/13/2011
Communicating in an Emergency01/11/2012
Earthquake Preparedness01/11/2012
Emergency Evacuation01/11/2012
FEMA: A “WholeCommunity” Approach to Emergency Management (Dec. 2011)12/19/2011
FEMA: A “WholeCommunity” Approach to Emergency Management (Feb. 2011)11/10/2011
Hurricane Preparedness01/11/2012
ICE Your Phone09/30/2011
National Preparedness Month01/11/2012
NPM Encourages West Virginians to Remember and Prepare01/11/2012
Pet/Animal Preparedness01/11/2012
Preparedness Articles01/11/2012
Preparedness Planning Guides01/11/2012
Preparedness Tools and Resources11/23/2011
Property Preparedness01/11/2012
Take Five to Survive01/11/2012
Weather Preparedness01/11/2012

IS-22 Are You Ready? An In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness

The “Are You Ready? An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness” has been designed to help the citizens of this nation learn how to protect themselves and their families against all types of hazards. It can be used as a reference source or as a step-by-step manual. The focus of the content is on how to develop, practice, and maintain emergency plans that reflect what must be done before, during, and after a disaster to protect people and their property. Also included is information on how to assemble a disaster supplies kit that contains the food, water, and other supplies in sufficient quantity for individuals and their families to survive. This course is highly recommended for every citizen!!

First Aid Resources

A Fire Safety Campaign for Babies and Toddlers

A child under the age of five is twice as likely to die
in a residential fire than the rest of the population.

The campaign’s slogan: “Prepare. Practice. Prevent the Unthinkable.” urges parents and caregivers to prepare by installing and maintaining working smoke alarms; safely storing lighters and matches out of children’s reach and sight; and practicing a fire escape plan with small children, which should include helping toddlers understand how to quickly respond in case of fire, and planning how adults can escape with babies. [Visit the campaign website.]

Hurricane & Earthquake Preparedness

Staying safe ahead of the storm or natural disaster.

Create Your Hurricane Action Plan

Build Your Hurricane Survival Kit

Compose Your Earthquake Action Plan

Craft Your Earthquake Safety Checklist

Weather Safety & Awareness Checklists

Following the simple steps in these checklists will save you money and could save a life.

Severe Weather Safety Checklists

Severe Weather Preparedness

Supply Kit List

Driving Safety Checklists

Breakdown Safety

Home Protection Checklists

Earthquake Damage

Flood Damage

Freezing Weather

Hail Damage

Tornado Damage

Water Damage

Wildfire Damage

Last updated Wednesday January 11, 2012 03:08 PM



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