Emergency Management

The framework to manage critical events

Emergency Management

The framework to manage critical events

Nobody knows for sure when disaster will strike, but we can all be prepared. In an emergency, response agencies focus their efforts on the greatest need. That's why individual emergency preparedness is so critical.
Being prepared means knowing what to do and where to go, and having the supplies to respond to critical events. Taking simple steps toward preparedness will help keep you safe when it matters most.

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