Many people with disabilities believe that in an emergency situation they will play little, if any, role in their own survival. The truth is you must be prepared to help yourself. These guides will help.
Emergency Preparedness Consumer Guide (PDF)
Being prepared can have live-saving benefits. Planning and practice do make a difference.
Emergency Preparedness Workplace Toolkit (PDF)
The national and international events of the new century have made emergency preparedness planning a key issue in organizational management. This guide will serve as a key component of your organizational planning and as a tool to help communicate the importance of addressing disability issues in all emergency preparedness plans.
An Ounce of Prevention (PDF)
When a disaster occurs, life becomes stressed and difficult, and our professional and personal responsibilities may seem overwhelming. With
the proper emergency plan, we can respond to our individual personal and professional needs quickly and effectively.
Emergency Preparedness Employee Brochure (PDF)
While we can’t prevent certain emergencies, we can plan ahead for them and be ready. This document includes simple steps to emergency readiness. Two separate plans need to be developed: an Evacuation Plan or GO Plan in case you need to evacuate your workplace, and a STAY Plan in case you need to shelter-in-place.
Emergency Preparedness Guide for Executives Brochure (PDF)
An effective plan can save lives, company assets and an entire business. You can be prepared. While achieving success can be hard work, protecting your accomplishments doesn’t have to be.