- Evacuation plan
- How will you get out of your home in an emergency?
- Escape routes
- What roads will be the safest to travel on?
- 72 hour kit
- Food, water, and other essential items to last you three days.
- Emergency kits
- For your home, car, and workplace.
2019 was quite the year. The U.S. woman's national soccer team won the World Cup, the first picture of a black hole was taken, Baby Yoda, our economy continued to grow…talk about busy! But there were other, less exciting things that happened as well. Severe wildfires scorched the country. Hurricane Dorian left devastation in its wake. Tornadoes. Flooding. Contaminated water. These are just a few of the disasters that left their marks on 2019. Other events such as job loss, accident, and injury also affected countless people. Perhaps you were one of those affected. Year after year, disasters come and life changing events alter the course of countless lives. You know they’re coming, but far too frequently planning is just a thought and the preparations don’t get done. Well, this year is different! This year, you’re going to make big strides in your emergency preparedness! But how, you ask, will you do that? Easy. Plan Planning in this sense is a verb, which means it involves action. Get out a pen and paper, your phone, tablet, white board, rock and chisel, or whatever it is you use to keep track of important things, and start writing down your emergency plan. Your emergency plan should include information regarding: