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  • Use the power of communication to make being prepared a hot topic, part of everyday discussion, messaging that’s on milk cartons to Sunday sermons. Ask local media for public service announcements include it in community newsletters, billboards, t-shirts, – go “old school and high tech” communications.
  • Partner, collaborate, innovate – repeat. Invite safety professionals to partner with Mom & Pops, give youth-groups a seat at the table, leverage large networks of associations to spread the word. Strong public/private collaborations can influence funding, public policy and make preparedness a greater priority.
  • Prepare for tomorrow by bonding today. Create strong bonds of community trust with first responders which can ease tensions when events happen, keeps the lines of communication open, both sides have the tools and awareness to take appropriate action, side-by-side.


4 Phases of Emergency Management

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