WHAT CAN YOU DO TO BE PREPARED?
We all have a responsibility to be prepared for emergencies. Knowing the risks in your community is the first step in preparing to keep you and your family safe in the event of a major emergency or disaster. Take in any workshops being offered in your area on emergency preparedness, and/or visit the websites below to learn more.
Click on the image to download your copy of the 72 Hour Emergency Preparedness Guide.
Emergencies can happen without notice leaving individuals and communities little time to prepare. Taking steps to prepare you and your family ahead of time can make a huge difference on the outcome, should an emergency arise.
Ways to prepare can be found at the following links below:
- Summer Weather Get Prepared
- Emergency Preparedness for Children
- Emergency Preparedness for Special Needs
- Regional Hazards
- Alberta Emergency Alert