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Steps for Before, During, and After a Tornado (or any emergency for that matter)

 

A neighborhood following the Moore OK tornado.
A neighborhood following the Moore OK tornado.

Following the devastating tornado in Oklahoma this week, FEMA sent out reminders to those of us registered on their website to come back and learn what to do to be ready for disaster. FEMA has come a long way over the past few years – having professional emergency managers at the helm makes a huge difference (a long way from the “way to go Brownie” days!).

The FEMA website – ready.gov is a fabulous resource with great information and materials, much of it in well done, downloadable PDFs for easy reproduction.  If you haven’t been in a awhile, check it out and more importantly, share it with family, friends, co-workers, church members, students, and others so we can all be better prepared for our next event.

Be Informed

What to do before, during and after an emergency.

http://www.ready.gov/be-informed

Make A Plan

Prepare, plan and stay informed about emergencies.

http://www.ready.gov/make-a-plan

Build a Kit

Build a kit and be ready for disasters.

http://www.ready.gov/build-a-kit

Get Involved

Find opportunities to support community preparedness

http://www.ready.gov/get-involved

Business

Plan for and protect your business.

http://www.ready.gov/business

 

http://community.fema.gov/connect.ti/readynpm/groupHome

 

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