Ready... For Anything - March 2012

Ready... For Anything

March 2012

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 1. Since disaster can strike at any time, it's best to drop everything until you are totally prepared for all emergencies.

 
  
 2. You Should put your ___ on an emergency contact card or form.
 
  
 3. A ___ is the only legally binding document to name a guardian for your minor children.
 
  

4. FEMA identifies a stockpile of food and water and a store of ____ as basic disaster-related supplies.
 
  

 5. Many communities have systems that can send citizens emergency alerts via ____.
 
  
 6. if your home has more than one story, experts recommend that you learn how to tie a rope from bed sheets.
 
  
 7.  It's helpful to have a disaster supplies kit.
 
  
8. Conserve your cell phone battery by switching it to ___.
 
  
 9. In an emergency, you can only count on yourself to protect your loved ones.
  
  
 10. Most emergency shelters will let you bring your pets with you.
 
  

 

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