When temperatures drop, know how to avoid, spot, and treat symptoms of frostbite & hypothermia.
Teach kids about tornados and what to do if one occurs. CDC's Ready Wrigley activity books are a fun resource for kids to learn about emergency preparedness.
Make sure your first aid kit has the essentials and is customized for your family’s medical needs.
Be prepared for spring storms! Know where you can take shelter. Make sure to bring a working flashlight and radio and that you have extra batteries in case of a power outage.
Know what to do when there is flooding in your area. Be prepared to react when floods are perdicted, and know how to stay safe and healthy after flooding occurs.
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Keep a three day supply of food and water for each member of your family in your emergency kit. Stock non-perishable items that you eat regularly and are easy-to-prepare.
Do you know the different between a severe weather watch and warning? Be informed--know your weather alerts.
Prevent heat related illness and death by knowing the facts and being prepared for extreme heat.
Prepare for winter weather! When the weather turns cooler it's time to weatherproof your home to protect against the cold.