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The Disaster Preparedness Task Force

Disasters can happen!

Chemical spill (have short shelter-in-place preparedness)

 

Earthquakes (have 3-week shelter-in-place preparedness)

southern San Andreas
fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go

 

Electrical Power Outage (have a flashlight and extra batteries)

 

Flooding (short term shelter-in-place plans)

 

Grass fire smoke (keep windows closed and have N95 filter masks or evacuate to non-smoke area)

 

Volunteers to the Disaster Preparedness Task Force (DPTF) are always needed and greatly appreciated.  If interested and have questions, please send email to disasterprep@vmsinc.org

 

 

Composed: 07/01/2016 | Modified: 07/01/2016

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