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National Preparedness

2/3/2023 (Permalink)

Join your community in preparing
for emergencies and disasters of all
types, and leading efforts to encourage
the community as a whole to become
more prepared. “Disasters happen”
and not only devastate individuals and
neighborhoods, but entire communities.
Learn how to be prepared.
Make and Practice Your Plan
Do you have an evacuation and
shelter-in-place plan? Do you have a
plan to communicate with your family
before, during and after an incident?
Do you have an emergency supply kit?
Make sure your family is informed
and practiced in your emergency
plan. Be sure to sign up for alerts
and warnings for your area, and
download other necessary apps to stay
informed, such as the FEMA app.

Learn Life Saving Skills
Do you or someone in your
family know CPR? Could you turn
off your natural gas if necessary?
Do you know how to take cover in
an earthquake? Knowing these life
saving skills could mean life or death
in an emergency situation for you,
your family or your neighbors.

Check your Insurance Coverage
Have you reviewed your insurance
coverage recently to see if you’re covered
in a disaster? Evaluate which hazards
are relevant to your area and obtain
the appropriate insurance for your
home, business, or other property and
become familiar with your coverage.
Save for an Emergency
Are you prepared financially in case
of a disaster? Does your family have
an emergency fund for unexpected
expenses after a flood or fire?

Check out
FEMA’s Emergency Financial First Aid
Kit for an in-depth document to help
you identify and compile important
documents and account information
all in one spot. Just search “EFFAK”
on fema.gov for the free PDF.
Whether it's flood, wildfire or
extreme winter weather, we must
work together as a team to help
ensure our families, businesses,
places of worship and neighborhoods
are prepared. Contact your local
SERVPRO of Chillicothe/Cameron/Richmond professionals to find out how they can help make
it “Like it never even happened,” if disaster strikes in your life.

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