Your Family Disaster Supplies Kit
There are six basics you should stock for your home: water, food, first aid supplies, clothing and bedding, tools and emergency supplies, and special items. Click here to read more.
Copying with A Flood
All floods are not alike. Some floods develop slowly, sometimes over a period of days. Read more.
BLR Weather Emergency Preparedness
Are you prepared for a weather emergency? Here is a 7-minute safety trainer guide.
UFTL HURRICANE GUIDELINES.
Things you need to know.
Tropical Storm Warning
These guidelines are applicable to all campuses, sites and locations throughout the State of Florida. In all cases, the directives of local emergency management agencies, or decisions by host schools/agencies may cause earlier closings.
Unexpected disasters can strike at any time. While we hope you are never the victim of a disaster, this guide is intended to help you learn how to protect yourself and your family by planning ahead. Discuss these ideas with your loved ones and prepare an emergency plan. Knowing what to do in an emergency and being prepared is your best defense against disaster.
BE PREPARED – Know the Risks
Take responsibility for your own and your loved ones’ safety by learning about potential disasters that could occur in your area and the emergency notification systems in place to warn you. Begin by calling your local Emergency Management Office or Red Cross chapter and asking the following questions:
– Which disasters could occur in my area?
– How should I prepare for each disaster?
– How will I be warned of an emergency?
– What are my community’s evacuation routes?
– Is special assistance available for children, elderly or disabled persons (if applicable)?
Please reach out to us if you need additional information.
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