Emergency Preparedness Blog Posts

Distracted driving is dangerous. In 2017 alone, distracted driving claimed the lives of 3,166 people. Distracted...

Emergency Preparedness

When an emergency or disaster strikes, your priority will be your family and loved ones... as it should be.

Emergency Contacts

A pre-defined communications plan will allow you to more quickly and reliably be in touch with your family when traditional means of communicating may not be available.

Emergency Water Supply

You should store at least one gallon of water per person per day, or at least three gallons per person for a 72-hour supply.

Emergency Food Supply

It will be essential that you have a supply of non-perishable, ready-to-eat, nutritious foods for you and your family, ideally for at least 72 hours.

Emergency Evacuation Plan

An emergency evacuation plan is critical to the safety of your family in response to a fire or other emergency in which the interior of your home becomes a dangerous environment, requiring a quick and safe escape.