Personal Preparedness Planning
You can begin this process by gathering family members and making sure each person is well-informed on potential hazards and community plans. Discuss with them what you would do if family members are not home when a warning is issued. Additionally, your family plan should address the following:
Utility shut-off and safety
Insurance and vital records
Care for pets: Information for pet owners
Care for livestock: Information for livestock owners
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