On August 31, 2015, President Obama signed a proclamation deeming September as the appropriate month for preparedness. If you are interested in reading the former President’s 2 page proclamation for National Preparedness month, here it is.
Information for National Preparedness Month can be found at https://www.ready.gov/september
In the link above, you will find a series of links within each week, providing you information and resources useful to preparing yourselves for an unexpected disaster. As our President encourages us to take part in this event, I too encourage everyone to take an active role in your own safety by checking out the link and informing yourselves.
Here is the first week:
Week 1 - August 28-September 3/ Kickoff to National Preparedness:
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- #NatlPrep Month starts 9/1. Promote the theme "Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today." Tools: www.ready.gov/september
- National Preparedness Month starts September 1! Follow #NatlPrep for tips. More info: www.ready.gov/september
- “Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today.” Get started here: www.ready.gov/make-a-plan #NatlPrep
- National Preparedness Month has a different theme every week. Details: www.ready.gov/september #NatlPrep
- Share your plans for National Preparedness Month using the hashtag #NatlPrep
- Get ready to go from awareness to action during National Preparedness Month. #NatlPrep
- RT This: "Don't Wait. Communicate. Make Your Emergency Plan Today." #NatlPrep
- Creating your Family Emergency Communication Plan starts with one simple question “What if?” 1.usa.gov/1JwEwRG #NatlPrep
- Does your family know what to do during a disaster? Start a plan today. #NatlPrep
- You may not be with family when an emergency happens. Create an emergency plan now: 1.usa.gov/1JwEwRG #NatlPrep