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Preparedness Empowers You

It saves lives, property, and time.

Emergencies happen, often with little or no notice. By taking action beforehand you can be prepared for any emergency.

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Ready Navy Kids take the time to be informed about possible hazards or dangers in their area and the steps to take to prepare. There are many ways you can learn more about emergency preparedness!

 

  • Talk to your parents, guardians, or teachers. Ask how they can help you be prepared.
  • Take a look at the information Ready Navy has about natural hazards like earthquakes and winter storms, manmade hazards like home fires, and many other possible hazards found on the Be Informed pages.
  • Go to other kid-friendly websites for information:   
    • http://www.ready.gov/kids/know-the-facts—Know the facts about different kinds of weather events and other unexpected situations.
    • http://www.sparky.org—Learn about fire safety and prevention by helping solve Sparky the Fire Dog’s secret code.
    • http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/reachout/kidspage.shtml—Learn about hurricanes, thunderstorms, and other hazardous weathe.
    • http://www.youngmeteorologist.org/?page_id=18—Visit this safe, nonthreatening learning environment that shows kids what they need to do to prepare now to protect themselves and help their families when a real storm comes.
    • BAM! Body and Mind—Answer questions about disease and fitness.

 

Be Ready Navy—Be informed before, during, and after an incident; make a written family emergency plan; and build an emergency supply kit good for at least three days.

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