Make a Disaster Plan

Planning ahead for an emergency will help you and your loved ones stay safe and connected if a disaster occurs.

 

In addition to making a disaster plan, there are other ways you can prepare for an emergency:
 

 

Emergency Planning for Families

Emergency Planning for Families

Create a disaster plan to prevent panic and confusion and make sure everyone knows where to go and what to do in an emergency. read on Emergency Planning for Families

Emergency Planning for Seniors

Emergency Planning for Seniors

Seniors often have a unique set of concerns during an emergency. Early preparation can help you get the assistance you need if a disaster occurs. read on Emergency Planning for Seniors

Emergency Planning for Pets

Emergency Planning for Pets

Whether you decide to stay put in an emergency or evacuate to a safer location, you will need to make plans in advance for your pets. read on Emergency Planning for Pets

Preparing Makes Good Business Sense Emergency Planning for Businesses

Emergency Planning for Businesses

How quickly your company is back in business following a disaster will depend on emergency planning done today. This guide outlines common sense measures business owners and managers can take to start getting ready. read on Emergency Planning for Businesses

Emergency Planning for Medical Facilities

Emergency Planning for Medical Facilities

All health care facilities are required to have a comprehensive emergency management plan (CEMP). Each year, disaster plans must be submitted, reviewed, and approved by the Public Safety Department's Emergency Management Division. read on Emergency Planning for Medical Facilities

What to do as a Hurricane Approaches

What to do as a Hurricane Approaches

Is your plan ready for action? Don't wait until the last minute to gather supplies together. Prepare your hurricane kit, secure your valuables early, and inform relatives of your plans. read on What to do as a Hurricane Approaches