America's PrepareAthon! is a nationwide, community-based campaign for action to increase emergency preparedness and resilience. With a national focus each spring and fall, America's PrepareAthon! resources will enable individuals, organizations and communities to take action for relevant local hazards through drills, group discussion and community exercises. The campaign is actionable and measurable. Just like you practiced fire drills in school, you can practice what to do if an earthquake strikes. Signup for the Great ShakeOut before October 17 to participate in the first community day of action.
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America’s PrepareAthon! is bringing together millions of people to practice simple steps so they can be prepared for natural and man-made disasters. Participate so you’ll be ready to keep yourself and others safe. Join the movement at www.fema.gov/PrepareAthon
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Preparedness in America Executive Summary explains the research insights to increase individual, organizational and community action.
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2012 FEMA National Survey Report - This report explains how the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and other organizations have sponsored disaster preparedness campaigns to provide the American public with the information they need to get prepared.
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