Make a Plan

Disasters don't plan ahead. You can.


FAMILY EMERGENCY PLAN

Click on this link to print your FAMILY EMERGENCY PLAN

https://www.ready.gov/sites/default/files/FamEmePlan_2013.pdf


Preparing to Help


Ready Responder

https://www.ready.gov/responder


Neighbors Helping Neighbors

https://www.ready.gov/neighbors


Community Preparedness Tool Kit https://www.ready.gov/community-preparedness-toolkit


Social Media Preparedness Toolkits

https://www.ready.gov/toolkits


Blaine CERT Equipment Checklist



     •     CERT Bag

     •     CERT Hart Hat

     •     CERT Safety Vest

     •     Leather Work Gloves

     •     Googles

     •     “D” size Flashlight

     •     Pair of “D” Batteries

     •     Secondary flashlight

     •     12 Hour Light sticks

     •     N95 Dusk Mask

     •     Non-latex  exam gloves

     •     Crescent Wrench (gas shut-off)

     •     Water Bottles

     •     Non-perishable food

     •     Water Purification Tablets

     •     Note pads – all weather

     •     Markers

     •     Duct Tape

     •     Scissors

     •     First Aid Kit

     •     Utility Knife

     •     Whistle

     •     Emergency blanket

     •     Tarp

     •     Proper Clothing for the Season!!


      thanks to Chuck & Barb Blaine

Disasters can come in many forms. Making plans in advance and feeling prepared brings a sense of security to us, our families and especially our children. It's never too early to start getting ready!


The next level of preparedness - Do I go or do I stay?

Plan for your various locations: home, work, school, church, etc.



            

Disasters Happen - Prepare Now, Learn How


"CERT is an outstanding program, the definition of community in action."  - Cliff Wages

"I took this training out of a spirit of social responsibility - lots of good information so folks can be more of a participant than a bystander."  

                  - James Spoden

"This course gave me preparedness to have a sense of security in a very unsure world. It was a way for me to feel empowered and educated."  

                 - Kim Harris



"Having 20 years as a Volunteer Fire Fighter and First Responder, I want to put some of that experience to use for my community."  - Lee Litz