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What You Can Do
At-Home Kit (PDF)
Your At-Home Kit should have enough supplies for your whole household for at least three days.
At-Work Kit (PDF)
It’s a good idea to have an emergency kit at work in case you must remain there for an extended period.
Be Alert & Aware
View emergency preparedness tips on being alert in your surroundings.
Create a Family Communication Plan
Designate one method for all family members to use to check in case of an emergency.
Emergency Supply Kit
When an emergency strikes, there is often very little time to prepare to leave your home.
Grab and Go Kit (PDF)
A “Grab and Go” kit is a smaller, more mobile version of the “At Home” kit.
House Evacuation Plan
A house evacuation plan is useful not only for disasters, but also for fires or other incidents in your home.
Pet Emergency Supply Kit
Pets are part of the family and should be included in your emergency preparations. In the event of an emergency evacuation, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them too.
Shelter in Place
One of the instructions you may be given in an emergency where hazardous materials may have been released into the atmosphere is to shelter-in-place.
What If (PDF)
View and print an emergency preparedness worksheet.