Presentation on theme: "Stay, Leave, Connect: A Personal Plan for All Emergencies Introductions."— Presentation transcript:
Stay, Leave, Connect: A Personal Plan for All Emergencies Introductions
Help participants to: Understand the importance of personal preparedness, Identify personal barriers to planning, Assess personal preparedness levels, Use resources on Identify 3 key components of a family emergency preparedness plan Workshop Objectives
Help participants to: Create a personal emergency preparedness plan to stay-in-place, leave your home, and connect with loved ones. Gather emergency supplies Visit Workshop Objectives continued…
Activity Please take a few moments to complete the home preparedness survey on the back third of your brochure
Plan to STAY
Plan to LEAVE
Plan to CONNECT
New Tools to Connect Google Person Finder American Red Cross Safe and Well
Copy of the emergency phone tree to reach workers if available Emergency call in number or process Alternative work arrangements Workplace Ideas
Stay If we had to stay at your workplace for 3 days, what supplies would you need? Leave If you could not enter your workplace for an extended period of time, would you be able to work from home or an alternate site? Connect Does your workplace have an emergency phone tree or list? Do you keep it in an easily accessible place? Workplace Ideas
Review your Plan
Preparing a Family Emergency Kit in Plain English Preparing a Family Emergency Kit in Plain English Emergency Preparedness: Making Emergency Preparedness Kit Emergency Preparedness: Making Emergency Preparedness Kit Preparedness Videos
Please complete evaluations Questions?
Special Thanks to... Developed in Collaboration with the Community Health Institute, NH DHHS, NH HSEM, VolunteerNH, the American Red Cross, and the Public Health Networks based on material developed by the Cambridge Advance Practice Center for Emergency Preparedness through a cooperative agreement from CDC to NACCHO. These materials do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC or NACCHO.