Links and information to help get prepared. Also useful for creating a website or an Emergency Plan
Provided by Meagan Clark at Preparedness Guide
Meagan works with a group of first responders, librarians, and instructors that are trying to spread information to help folks prepare for emergencies. Be sure to check out their site and their Recent Blogs
Homeowners Guide to Lightning Safety
Preparing for Disasters in Your Home: What to Buy, What to Skip
Emergency Preparedness and Pets
Important Legal Documents for Emergency Preparedness
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors
How to Organize and Prepare for Disasters
Listening Before We Speak: Understanding Our Audience in Times of Disaster #SomosSocial
March 2, 2016 11AM-12PM EST
This class is for anyone interested in social media, disasters and communications with limited English proficiency communities
In times of disaster, the specific needs and ways to communicate with English speaking communities and Spanish speaking communities sometimes are different and often confused.
Christmas Gift Ideas
Make an emergency plan
It will take you about 20 minutes to make a family emergency plan online. You can then print it out. Start Here
What is the Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month?
In today’s interconnected world, every second can make a difference in either preventing an incident or responding to an event that affects the nation’s critical infrastructure. In 2013, the government declared November as a time to focus on the nations critical infrastructure.
Presidential Proclamation — Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month, 2013
FEMAC’s role is to help people communicate, get prepared and show people where to find information. Here are links we found to departments that have established several operations and tools to support information sharing within and among the critical infrastructure sectors.
A Vital Resource for Critical Infrastructure Security
Does your family really come first?
Where is your EMERGENCY COMMUNICATION PLAN?
Cities and Counties – Update your map:
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine
Templates for creating a one-page disaster plan for your library:
Communication for Disabled and Aging Populations: A Transportation and Emergency Management Toolkit
The Terrorism and Disaster Center packaged Project Share
In-depth needs assessment protocol that can be used post-disaster:Click here to view Project Share
FEMA.gov Communities – National Preparedness Community Main Group
Tsunami Evacuation App for Pacific States –
The Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems (NANOOS) helps residents, emergency managers and tourists in Washington and Oregon with tsunami preparedness. Visit NANOOS.ORG
Download their mobile App
This is available for both iPhone and Android users for free.
|Disaster Resistant Communities Group
|Floods | Ready.gov
|Thunderstorms & Lightning | Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)