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Is your family prepared for an emergency?

Why prepare for emergencies?

» Public safety begins at home. Individual and family preparedness can greatly reduce the potential impact of an emergency.
» A blackout or severe weather and other natural or manmade disasters can have serious and tragic consequences.
» When disaster strikes, emergency workers may not reach everyone immediately or even for several days. Families should be prepared to take care of themselves for a minimum of 72 hours.

How can families prepare for emergencies?

When preparing for emergencies, there are three important considerations:

  • 1. Know the risks specific to your community.
  • 2. Develop a family emergency plan and practice it.
  • 3. Prepare an emergency kit for your home and your vehicle.

Learn more about...

» 72 hours: Is your family prepared?

» Getting ready for an emergency

» Your family‚Äôs emergency kits

» What is Shelter In Place?

» Evacuation orders

» Wildfire evacuation

» Power outages

» Tips for preventing tragedy

» Tornado facts

» Planning for tornadoes and severe weather

» Protecting your family during a flood

» Flood-proofing your home

» After the flood

» Pandemic influenza

» After the emergency

This great information was taken with permission from the Alberta Emergency Management Agency's Emergency Preparedness Week Campaign Kit
Download the brochure in its entirety here.

8 areas of emergency preparedness Water - Vital for Life Food - Sustain Your Health Shelter - Protect Yourself From The Elements First Aid - Saves Lives
8 areas of emergency preparedness Light - Diversification is Key Heat - Maintain Your Core Temperature Communication - Stay In Touch Sanitation - Often Overlooked