Emergency Preparedness

What’s in your caboodle?

Being prepared for an emergency is about staying safe during a disaster. It’s also about how to stay comfortable, clean, fed and healthy afterward. If you lost power, your refrigerator wouldn’t keep foods cold. The microwave couldn’t heat them up. You might not get clean water out of your faucets. How would you find out whether it’s safe to play outside? Not from the TV or computer!

Build an emergency kit before an emergency strikes. Include enough nonperishable food, water, clothing and supplies to last for at least three days.

And that’s smart safety!

For additional information or guidance, contact your safety office.