Preparing your Information Go-Bag

Disaster-SurvivalNow, during National Preparedness Month, our readers certainly expect us to talk about Go Bags... but here's a twist... "Preparing your Information Go-Bag” 

Webinar: September 10, 2015 at 1:30 pm ET - Two presentations from 2014 Disaster Health Information Outreach and Collaboration Projects

WHEN:  Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 1:30 PM ET

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE:  The Disaster Information Specialist monthly webinar is free and open to everyone – please spread the word and invite others in your organizations, send to your email lists, and post to your social media accounts.

"Preparing your Information Go-Bag” 

Lori Harding, Coordinator, Library Services, at Elkhart General Hospital will present about the library’s current Disaster Health Information Outreach and Collaboration Project, “Preparing your Go-Bag for Disaster-related Information Needs”. The Library, in partnership with the Hospital’s Emergency Preparedness and Education and Program Committees and the Elkhart Fire Department, has been developing training sessions to identify authoritative sources for information in a disaster or public health emergency using National Library of Medicine resources.

LOGIN:   To join the meeting at 1:30 pm ET, Thursday, September 10, click on https://webmeeting.nih.gov/disinfo

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Think about preparedness; at home, at work, at school, even in your car.
What should you do? Check your Emergency Plan and Evacuation Routes everywhere you normally spend time. Make sure you have an out of State contact for you, your friends and your family (long distance phone service is usually restored before local - and mobile services and internet will likely not work in a major disaster.)
Of course, you should Check your Emergency Supplies, too:

  • Count your stock... is it enough?
  • Check your expiration dates (food, water, batteries)
  • Keep cash on hand
  • Don't let your gas tank get below half-full
  • Think-Plan-Prepare-Survive!
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