Family Emergency Planning

Prepare yourself and your family for a disaster by making an emergency plan using this simple to fill out family emergency protection plan from Ready.gov.

Your emergency planning should also address the care of pets, aiding family members with access and functional needs and safely shutting off utilities.

You may also want to inquire about emergency plans at work, daycare and school. If no plans exist, consider volunteering to help create one. Read more about school and workplace plans.

Once you’ve collected this important information, gather your family members and discuss the information to put in the plan. Practice your plan at least twice a year and update it according to any issues that arise.

Download The Family Emergency Planning Form

Source: Ready.gov

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