Take action this National Preparedness Month by ensuring your workers are ready to stay safe when emergencies strike.
If an emergency occurs, preparedness is not an option – it's a must! This September, National Preparedness Month encourages your workplace to be ready to take action.
And if you were right in the middle of one of the widespread devastations from last year, you can't forget the feeling of hopelessness. Being prepared for acts of Mother Nature - like a tornado, river flood, earthquake, tsunamis, or water main breaks and power outages can't be overstated.
Disasters don't plan...but you can!
The most important step you can take in helping your local responders is being able to take care of yourself and those in your care. Prepare and plan with enough supplies if you have to go for three days without electricity, water service, or access to a supermarket and local services.
When an emergency occurs - be prepared to stay safe!
Businesses, communities, families, and homeowners can use this opportunity to find ways to help others understand more about preparing for disasters and reducing risks to health and the environment. Being ready for emergencies can reduce the risks from contamination, leaks, spills, hazardous materials, and other dangerous hazards.
Every minute counts during a disaster – plan now, so you're prepared with these four simple steps:
Bonus safety tip – You can find opportunities to support community preparedness by volunteering with CERT, Red Cross, or the Neighborhood Watch. Learn more here at redcross.com.
Ensure your entire workforce knows where to go during an emergency, how to evacuate safely, and how to remain safe - even when the lights go out with evacuation maps and assembly signs.
With millions of positive coronavirus cases in America, this pandemic continues to change the world as we know it. New challenges to not only keep businesses, workers, customers, and the public safe but also to reduce the impact of COVID-19 are continuous reminders that we all have a significant role in preventing the spread of this virus.
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