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Emergency Preparedness Materials (Families, Pets, Seniors, Disabled, Businesses) (33)

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Emergency preparedness materials on the importance of emergency preparedness, before, during and after a disaster. Including information on families, pets, seniors, individuals with disabilities, and businesses.
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December 12, 2013
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  • Emergency Supply List

    Items to consider for a Basic Family Emergency Supply list.
  • Prepare for Emergencies Now: Information for Pet Owners.

    Making provision for your pets and their care prior to an emergency situations makes sense.
  • Prepare for Emergencies Now: Information for People with Disabilities

    Your ability to recover from an emergency tomorrow may depend on the planning and preparation you do today. This guide provides tips which individuals with disabilities and others with access and functional needs, and the people who assist and support them, can take to prepare for emergencies before they happen.
  • Commuter Emergency Plan

    Make sure you have a plan for traveling between work and home, and other commonly visited locations, in case of an emergency. Before an emergency happens, list your normal and some alternative routes you can use to get to your destinations. Keep a copy of this plan in your wallet or another safe place where you can access it in the event of a disaster.
  • Every Business Should Have A Plan

    This guide outlines common sense measures business owners and managers can take to start getting ready for unplanned emergencies. A commitment to planning today will help support employees, customers, the community, the local economy and even the country. It also protects your business investment and gives your company a better chance for survival.
  • Preparing Makes Sense. Get Ready Now.

    You should plan in advance what you will do in an emergency. Be prepared to assess the situation, use common sense and whatever you have on hand to take care of yourself and your loved ones. Think about the places where your family spends time: school, work and other places you frequent. Ask about their emergency plans. Find out how they will communicate with families during an emergency. If they do not have an emergency plan, consider helping develop one.
  • Printer Friendly Preparing Makes Sense Fact Sheet - English Language

    Preparing Makes Sense. Get Ready Now. - Can be printed as a single page, two-sided document
  • Printer Friendly Pet Owners Fact Sheet - English Language

    Preparing Your Pets for Emergencies Makes Sense. Get Ready Now. - Can be printed as a single page, two-sided document for Pet Owners.
  • Printer Friendly Older Americans Fact Sheet - English Language

    Printer Friendly, Preparing Makes Sense for Older Americans - 2-sided Fact Sheet with Preparedness information for Seniors.
  • Printer Friendly Disabilities and Special Needs Fact Sheet - English Language

    One Page, Two-sided Document for Americans with Disabilities and Special Needs - Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Special Needs. Get Ready Now.
  • Printer Friendly - Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Others with Access and Functional Needs – Fact Sheet - English Language

    One Page, Two-sided Document - Preparing Makes Sense for People with Disabilities and Others with Access and Functional Needs. Get Ready Now.

  • Capabilities Assessment Tool

    This form can assist faith-based organizations when performing a capabilities assessment.

  • Member Skills Survey

    This form can assist faith-based organizations to determine the skills available in their memberships.