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Preparedness Plans

A Guide to Organizing Neighborhoods for Preparedness, Response and Recovery

Organization/Structure Progression Guide


Local Neighborhood forms neighborhood Disaster Committee which includes a Chairperson and other neighborhood members who develop a Neighborhood Disaster Plan which includes a Neighborhood Coordinator who oversees Neighborhood Liaisons and Neighborhood Teams

Disaster Psychology PREPAREDNESS

Psychology. PREPAREDNESS. When disaster strikes, physical assistance may not be only part of what survivors ... Bergen County Office of Emergency Management ...

Earthquake and Tsunami Public Forum April 27, 2010 Point Roberts, WA

Your Point Roberts Emergency Preparedness Group is sponsoring



Earthquake and Tsunami Public Forum


Tim Walsh, Chief Geologist for Washington State Department of Natural Resources, and John Schelling, Program Manager for Washington State Emergency Management Division's Earthquake/Tsunami/Volcano Program will deliver presentations and lead discussion on our local earthquake and tsunami risks and warning system.


Tuesday, April 27, 2010, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., community center.


Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be provided.

Family Preparedness Plan

Get PREPared!  ---  Make a Plan

Disaster can strike quickly and without warning. It can force you to evacuate your neighborhood or confine you to your home. What would you do if basic services--water, gas, electricity or telephones--were cut off? Local officials and relief workers will be on the scene after a disaster, but they cannot reach everyone right away. Therefore, the best way to make your family and your home safer is to be prepared before disaster strikes.

February Tip of the Month

February Tip: It is very important to be proactive rather than reactivewhen an emergency arises. The more PREPared you are, the more you can help yourself and others.

Ask yourself…what have you done to PREPare?

Introduction to Emotional Disaster Preparedness

Kids - Prepare your Family for Emergencies with Sesame Street

Sesame Street: Let's get ReadyIt's a fact of life that not every day is a sunny day.

Pets & Animals in Emergency Preparedness Plan

Karen Holstead has provided PREP a Pet Preparedness Checklist (PDF) "Of course the primary responsibility falls on the pet owners. Besides having a supply of food and water for your pet set aside for an emergency, next would be a kennel, cage or crate. No shelter is able to take in loose pets and let them all run together. What about medications your pet needs?"

PREP food storage

Feb. 3, 2009 On January 24, 2009, Andrew and Henry transported approximately 250 lbs of long term storage food to the PREP storage area of the Benson Fire Hall. It was unloaded and transferred to the designated area by Ed, Virginia and Mark.


Community Info:  Point Roberts needs Ham operators

September Tip: Be a community team player.  Learn--Practice--Learn. Have an exit plan for emergencies.(Fire, Earthquakes, Tsunamis)  EDITH can save your life.  So can a Ham.   Call Jud @ 945-0533 for more information.

VERY IMPORTANT   THE FIRE DEPARTMENT--CERT--PREP  are one team. ---FIRE folks lead.---Our one goal is to save your life.
Any takers??? We need your assistance.  Let's work together to protect our community.   


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