USEFUL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS LINKS
The official emergency preparedness site of the
U.S. Department of Homeland Security. It’s central
(1) Get an Emergency Preparedness Kit,
(2) Make an Emergency Plan,
(3) Stay Informed. Detailed information on each
category is provided.
The official American Red Cross site for educational
materials relating to disaster planning. From here
you can download detailed instructions for family
disaster planning, general disaster planning checklists,
and checklists for planning for specific disasters
such as hurricanes, blizzards, etc.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA)
official site contains a PDF version of the publication
entitled “Are You Ready? A Guide To Citizen Preparedness”.
A good source of inromation.
See also http://www.fema.gov/library/prepandprev.shtm#plan
FEMA’s central index of emergency preparedness literature.
The US Citizen Corps Councils website contains a
number of useful citizen preparedness publications.
The official public information site of the New
York State Emergency Management Office (SEMO) contains
an index of useful publications and information
for planning for different kinds of disasters.
Sign up and receive emergency e-mail warnings for
local and regional events.
The CIA’s citizen instruction manual for chemical,
biological, and radiological disaster planning.
U.S. Department of Homland Security - Citizen's
The Federal Emergency Management Agency - Online
library resource for emergency and disaster preparedness.
The website of the American Academy of Pediatrics
contains helpful resources and links for disaster
planning and recovery issues relating to children.
The US Dept. of Health & Human Services website
contains a wealth of information and resources concerning
emergency preparedness and response.
Armonk Fire Department, North Castle, NY