Emergency Preparedness Presentation

Looking for a group workshop topic? Want a practical hands-on experience which will help make you and your community safer and better prepared to face a range of emergencies? Whether you belong to a sports league, service club (ie: Rotary group) or a faith group, the emergency preparedness presentation is quick and informative.

Preparing Your Family for Emergencies: A Step-by-Step Guide

Have you ever thought about how to prepare for an emergency?

How would you:

Fast fact:
Although the majority of Canadians believe that having an emergency plan and emergency kit are important, only a small minority have actually created them

Learn the three Steps to getting prepared:

Common misconceptions:

Step 1

Know the risks. Know your region.

The consequences of emergencies can be similar, but knowing the risks in your region can help you better prepare.

Step 2

Make a plan

You aren't prepared — until you make a plan.

Taylor family: floor plan

Jane and Bobby Taylor's plan

Special needs plan

Plan for high-rise residents

Max's plan

Other helpful hints:

Step 3

Prepare a kit

To prepare for an emergency that could last 72 hours or more, what would you put in a kit?

Pre-packaged kits:

Three Steps to getting prepared:

Prepare now!

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