Pandemic Preparedness and Response
Individuals and Family Disaster Preparedness Resources
There are four steps every individual or family must take to plan and prepare for a disaster that may occur in their geographical location. These steps are given below with the on-line resources to help individuals and families get a kit, make a plan, be informed and get involved in community disaster preparedness:
Get a Kit (Ready.America , Bready kit wizard)
Both of these programs will build a kit, however the Bready kit wizard will build a kit tailored for your family for a specific amount of time, 3 days, a week or more. Personal data is not stored or shared.
Make a Plan (Ready.America, Bready plan organizer)
Both of these programs will give you print out of you individual or family communication plan in the event of a disaster, whether you shelter in place or have to evacuate. Personal data is not stored or shared.
Be informed (Ready.America , Parents and children)
These links give you information specific for preparing for disasters, natural or man-made for your geographical location.
Get Involved (Ready.America)
Ready America gives you some ideas of how to get involved in your community disaster planning.
Planning and Response (CDC , Flu.gov) These web links provide checklists for schools, childcare facilities and colleges to plan and prepare not only for H1N1 but any disaster.
Planning and Response (EDEN, CDC, Flu.gov) The EDEN resource is an on-line course for business pandemic planning. The CDC and Flu.gov provide checklists for businesses as they plan and prepare.
Planning and Response (EDEN, CDC, Flu.gov) The EDEN resource is an on-line course for faith-based and volunteer organization pandemic planning. The CDC and Flu.gov provide checklists for these groups as they plan and prepare.
Last Updated:1/10/2014 1:19 PM