Getting Ready For National Preparedness Month

Disaster Preparedness Tips

 

Are you ready for National Preparedness Month? Each September, the whole country recognizes the month with activities that help to promote emergency preparedness. To ensure that you are ready for any disaster that hits your community, keep these preparedness tips in mind.

 

  • Make an emergency kit – during the aftermath of a disaster, you may not have access to water, food, or electricity. Creating an emergency kit can help to ensure that you have everything that you need after a disaster. Your emergency kit should include a three-day supply of water for every member of your family, non-perishable foods, warm clothing, and any medications that you need to take. You should have an emergency kit for both your house and in your car.
  • Create an emergency plan – if you are not with your family members when a disaster strikes, an emergency plan can help to make sure that you can get in contact with each other. Your emergency plan should include a meeting location, how you will contact each other, and what you will do in different disaster situations.
  • Get informed – staying informed is one of the easiest ways to make sure that you are prepared. Regularly check all types of media to stay up to date with what is happening in your area.
  • Be involved – consider taking emergency response training or a first aid class so that you can help out if needed. The better prepared you are for any disaster that may hit, the better your chances are for staying safe.

 

All of us at Eastland Escrows in Covina, California would like to encourage you to get prepared for any disaster that may hit the community with these simple tips.

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