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National Preparedness Month (Continued)

 

September 12, 2018



Last week we introduced you to September being National Preparedness Month. The easiest and often the most comforting thing to have in the event of an emergency or disaster is a communications plan. Not knowing where those most important to you are or what condition they may be in can lead to unnecessary panic that is very avoidable. Just follow these three easy steps and tips.

1. COLLECT.

Create a paper copy of the contact information for your family and other important people, offices or services. A paper plan can be completed online at: ready.gov/make-a-plan, or collect and write do...



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