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Be RedCrossReady

Explains how to prepare an earthquake plan, what to do when shaking begins, and what to do after shaking stops.

Emergency Preparedness Newsletter

Emergency Preparedness Newsletter Looking back, 2010 was a year of recovery from H1N1 response, strengthening partnerships, and building our capacity for the future.

The Los Angeles Fire Department's disaster preparedness handbook.

Presented by the Los Angeles City Fire Department. Available in both text and graphics format. The handbook consists of chapters on family earthquake safety and evacuation plans, helping children cope with disasters, emergency communications, and useful supplies.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS A Message from the MSP/EMHSD..... 1 Before an Emergency Happens..... 2 4 Steps to Preparedness ...

2011 ILLINOIS SEVERE WEATHER FACTS

1 Tornadoes •Most tornado damage paths in Illinois are less than 100 yards wide and a couple of miles long, but can be up to a mile wide and more than 60 miles long.

National Preparedness Goal

PREFACE President Bush has led a committed effort to strengthen the Nation's preparedness capabilities. The national preparedness architecture encompasses the full spectrum of prevention, protection, response, and recovery efforts to prepare the Nation for all hazards - whether terrorist attack ...

Preparedness and Planning

1 Read the Next Guardian Issue! November 7, 2008 Preparedness and Planning Michigan Long-Term Care Toolkit The Michigan Department of Community Health, Offi ce of Public Health Preparedness is excited to provide two new emergency preparedness planning tools for long-term care facilities.

Illinois Winter Weather Facts

A major winter storm impacted much of Illinois February 1 - 2, 2011. Record snowfall was reported in many locations, with amounts ranging from 10" to 23" in central, western and northern Illinois.

Geta kit. Ma kea plan. Be informed.

Keep supplies in an easy-to-carry emergency preparedness kit that you can use at home or take with you incase you must evacuate. • Water—one gallon per person, ...