Children | Safety | Teens
September 1, 2016

A guide to being ready for emergencies

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September is National Preparedness Month. It’s a good time to make sure your household is prepared for emergencies.

 

Although emergencies may happen when we least expect them, we can take steps in advance to help ensure they are well managed. It is important to talk to your entire family to make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of an emergency.

Our Emergency Evacuation Plan checklist can help you be ready for the unexpected. Enter your email address below to download our guide, which provides:

  • An evacuation plan for your home with an emergency phone number list;
  • A checklist of what should be in your emergency evacuation kit, including reminders specific to family members with disabilities or healthcare needs;
  • An evacuation needs assessment action checklist;
  • A tracker for important tasks that need to be completed and/or updated regularly in your home, such as smoke and carbon monoxide detector maintenance.

Safety, Middle Childhood, Teens

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