eBooks for Hurricane Preparedness & RecoveryDate: May 29th, 2014
Download these eBooks to your mobile device, tablet or eReader before a hurricane approaches.
Use this disaster preparedness guide to protect yourself and your household during and immediately after a catastrophe by making a disaster plan and a disaster kit. Plan to take care of yourself without outside help for at least 3 days.
Comprehensive disaster recovery guide that provides simple information on how individuals, families and businesses can recover from a disaster such as a wildfire, hurricane, severe weather and more.
Guía de recuperación de desastres que ofrece información sencilla sobre cómo los individuos, las familias y las empresas pueden recuperarse de un desastre como un incendio, un huracán, el mal tiempo y mucho más.
Recent natural disasters have emphasized the importance of emergency preparedness. Everyone should have individual and family evacuation plans in place. It is critical that each family have a planned evacuation arrangement and an evacuation “to-go” box ready for emergencies.
Safe food and water supplies are a major concern following a natural disaster such as a tornado, flood, hurricane or blizzard. Families who live in disaster-prone areas may benefit from being prepared in the event of disaster. Knowing how to safely handle food and water in the immediate few days after the disaster can reduce stress, worry and inconvenience.
This brief guide explains what is OK to eat or refreeze and what should be thrown out after loss of power to the home. Do not rely on taste or smell to decide if something is safe to eat!
After a disaster such as a hurricane or flood, your water supplies may have become contaminated or been temporarily cut off. This guide briefly explains how to disinfect water using household chemicals, how to find water in and around your home, and how to store water safely. Listen to and follow public announcements from your local authorities.
Learn how to improve urban tree health, position urban trees to better withstand severe weather (hurricane, ice storms, drought), and minimize damage and loss of not only the beloved trees, but also surrounding structures (homes, vehicles, power lines, etc.) — Be Tree Wise. Protect Life and Limbs.
With the right preparation you can protect your livestock from injury should a hurricane occur. This eBook briefly covers vaccinations, barn preparation, livestock evacuations, feed, hay and water storage.
Hurricanes can put livestock in immediate danger of drowning from flooding caused by heavy rains or storm surges in low-lying areas. In addition, flying debris or collapsing buildings can injure animals. These recommendations are just a partial list of actions that livestock owners should be aware of in a post-hurricane event and do not cover several species-specific concerns.
Emergency situations and disasters can take a toll on your health. Prepare for your health needs in advance by following these easy tips.
When disaster strikes an area, the services that assist the population can be affected. Know what resources are available to you so you can recover from the adverse circumstances you are facing.
New! - Prepare Your Grab-and-Go Kit
Make a grab-and-go kit so basic items can be accessed easily before a disaster strikes. You can use a backpack or suitcase to carry your kit. Gather the following items on the list to form your kit.
Stress is a normal part of everyday life, but it can worsen when a disaster happens in your area. Increased stress can negatively affect preexisting health conditions. Learn to manage daily stress before a disaster occurs to reduce its impact on your health.
New! - Organize Your Medication
Prepare in advance so you will have needed medications if your neighborhood is affected by a disaster.
Returning to normal after a disaster may pose problems for you and your family. Keep your health a priority.
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