Plan for an Emergency
This ten-page illustrated handout educates people about planning for an emergency. It explains that emergency preparedness includes three steps: make a plan, prepare an emergency kit, and listen for information. For each step, the document contains a list of things people can do or should have to plan for an emergency, and includes check boxes where people can assess their level of preparedness. It discusses planning ahead for special situations for children in child care centers or school, at work, for people with special needs, and pets. It lists what should go into an emergency kit, including food, basic supplies, first-aid kit, car supplies, and other health and emergency items.
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