Quick Tip of the Day

July 26, 2015

Start today to make a family communications plan that you can use in any emergency. Assemble everybody’s phone numbers. Give everyone a copy. Simple, but powerful. Go on from there to decide on an out-of-town contact. Then you have the beginnings of a plan if you get separated in an emergency.

 

Medical Supply Depot

Quick Tip of the Day

July 25, 2015
If you can keep your head when all about you are losing theirs …
 An emergency can be frightening, but follow your plan. You know your emergency numbers, you have emergency supplies, and know where you’re going if you have to leave, how to get there and what you’re taking. Your pets are safe with you. You’re ready to weather the storm.

Coffee.club

Quick Tip of the Day

July 24, 2015
Watch your watches and warnings
Get to know weather terminology to understand severe weather forecasts. An emergency WATCH means a major storm is possible. A WARNING means severe weather is imminent or is already here.

Dawgs

Quick Tip of the Day

July 23, 2015
What needs would you or your family have in an emergency?

Carry a health information card if you have a medical need or disability. Evaluate your particular needs if an emergency should happen. Get to know your local emergency responders; let them know when you might need assistance from them, and what you might need.

Extra $10 Off Creed, Tom Ford & Bond No.9 w/ Code: LUX at FilthyFragrance.com! (Exp. 7/31/5) Shop Now!

Quick Tip of the Day

July 22, 2015
Keep a copy of important papers outside your home
Make copies of birth certificates, insurance policies, bank and credit card account numbers and other important family papers. Keep a set outside your home, at a family member’s house, or at your workplace.

Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC

Quick Tip of the Day

July 21, 2015
Camp securely in a safe tent
Always use a flame retardant tent and set up camp far away from the campfire. Only use flashlights or battery-powered lanterns inside the tent or any other closed space, never liquid-filled heaters or lanterns. (Information courtesy of the Maine State Fire Marshal.)

Emergency Essentials/BePrepared

Quick Tip of the Day

July 20, 2015
Summer sun is warm: make sure it doesn’t burn

Simply staying in the shade is one of the best ways to limit your UV exposure. If you are going to be in the sun remember “Slip! Slop! Slap!® and Wrap” to help you remember some of the key steps you can take to protect yourself from UV rays:

  • Slip! On a Shirt.
  • Slop! On Sunscreen.
  • Slap! On a Hat.
  • **Wrap ** On sunglasses to protect the eyes and the skin around them

Wal-Mart.com USA, LLC

Quick Tip of the Day

July 19, 2015

Hurricane Awareness: Keep your eyes open

If you are unlucky enough to experience a hurricane, get in a safe location and stay there until the storm has completely passed. Don’t be fooled by the eye of the storm, which can mislead people into thinking that the storm is over. Winds and rain will increase rapidly immediately after the eye passes overhead.

VenueKings.com

Quick Tip of the Day

July 18, 2015

Hurricane Awareness: Do you own a boat?

When a hurricane threatens is not the time to be putting your boat protection plan together! While the sun is shining make a plan for your boat for severe weather events. Discuss your plan with your marina or harbor master and make recommended adjustments. Make sure both have current contact information for you.

It's good to be in the club!

Quick Tip of the Day

July 17, 2015
Hurricane Awareness: Floods kill people during hurricanes
While storm surge and high winds are always potential threats in a hurricane, many more people have died from inland freshwater flooding. Inland flooding can be a major threat to communities hundreds of miles from the coast as heavy rain falls from these huge tropical air masses. Stay alert for flash flooding, be ready to move to higher ground, and never drive through flooded roadways. Turn Around, Don’t Drown!