September is Preparedness Month - Prepare. Plan. Stay informed.
Posted on 9/3/2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 3, 2013
Contact: Cecily Fong
September is the perfect time to remember to be prepared for emergencies and disasters. Severe summer weather is upon us and harsh winter weather is just around the corner. Now is the time to get a kit, make a plan, and be informed.
Getting ready for emergencies includes:
Summer fire safety: www.nd.gov/des/get/summer-fire-safety/
Prepare for severe summer weather: www.nd.gov/des/get/severe-summer-weather/
Prepare for severe winter weather: www.nd.gov/des/get/severe-winter-weather/
Prepare for floods: www.nd.gov/des/get/flood-preparedness/
Emergencies and pets: www.nd.gov/des/get/emergencies-and-pets/
Emergencies and special needs populations: www.nd.gov/des/get/emergencies-and-special-needs-populations/
Sheltering in place: www.nd.gov/des/get/shelter-in-place/
For more information about getting prepared, visit the "Get Ready, Get Set, Get Safe" section of the NDDES website at www.nd.gov/des/get/ and use the links on the left-hand side of the page. For more information about Preparedness Month, please visit www.ready.gov.
The North Dakota Department of Emergency Services provides 24/7 emergency communications and resource coordination with more than 50 lead and support agencies, private enterprise, and voluntary organizations to assist local jurisdictions in disaster and emergency response activities. It administers federal disaster recovery programs and the Homeland Security Grant Program.
This site updated as of 12/9/2013.
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