> Get an emergency kit> Make a plan> Have extra cash, medication, water, clothing, and food on hand to be prepared> Have a list of family emergency numbers and school contacts> Have an emergency meeting placeGet Ready
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> Get an emergency kit> Make a plan> Have extra cash, medication, water, clothing, and food on hand to be prepared> Have a list of family emergency numbers and school contacts> Have an emergency meeting place Get Ready
Any items you normally use that you would need for three days should an emergency occur should also be included. If you have a pet, you will need three days’ supply of food and water for each pet. Should you have to evacuate, these supplies should go with you. More extensive lists and information can be found on websites dealing with preparedness, such as Ready.gov. It is also a very good idea to have a “go bag” ready in case you have to evacuate either your home or work place. This small bag could include those personal items you would need if you had to leave without any notice as well as copies of financial records, pet’s veterinarian records, extra keys for house and car, cash, spare glasses or other special needs items, such as medications, batteries for assistive devices and copies of family documents. Make a Kit