Second week of the 2016 National Preparedness Month!
This week, we focus in on your family emergency communications plan.
For parents, click here.
For kids, click here.
For your wallet/purse, click here.
Want to include more information? Consider adding
- Twitter handle
- Instagram handle
- Work address
- Identifying a central meeting/rendezvous location
These are the kinds of details will help enhance your current plans.
Now you are probably wondering why I said to write them down (hard copy). If you lose power to your cell phone, or worse yet, you lose your cell phone during evacuation – you won’t have your programmed address book to reference with all the important contact information and cell phone numbers.
Create your family communications plan now.
More forms can be found on Ready.Gov.
“Don’t Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.”