Emergencies to Prepare For

Power Outage

power outages

A power outage is an emergency that follows after another emergency like a severe thunderstorm. Click here to learn more information.

Severe Weather Thunderstorm

thunderstorms & lightening

Lightning deaths and injuries occur when people are outside. If you see lighting you should seek shelter. Click here to learn more information.

FloodFLOODING

Floods can occur nearly anywhere and without warning. Do not walk, swim or drive through flood waters. Turn around, Don't drown! Click here to learn more information.

Tornadotornados

Tornados are among one of natures' most violent storms. If a tornado is sighted in your area seek shelter immediately! Click here to learn more information.

Hazardous Materialshazardous materials

Hazardous materials are chemical substances that if released or misused can pose a threat to the environment or personal health. Click here to learn more information.

Firefires

Fires are often preventable. The best supplies for fire preparedness are fire extinguishers and smoke detectors. Click here to learn more information.

Summer Safetysummer saftey

Extreme heat can affect anyone, it is especially dangerous to children, elderly people, and people with health problems. Click here to learn more information.

Winter Storm Blizzardwinter saftey

Extremely cold temperatures often accompany a winter storm. These weather related issues can lead to health emergencies. Click here to learn more information.

nuclear power plantnuclear power plants

Heat generated from nuclear fission in a contained environment convert water to steam, which powers generators to create electricity.   Click here to learn more information.

Pandemicdisease outbreak

During an outbreak the best strategy will be to practice good hygiene and protect yourself from becoming sick and transmitting the disease. Click here to learn more information.