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Preparedness Information
Get Prepared

The Oregon Office of Emergency Management would like you to think about BEEing Prepared. Now is a perfect time for everyone to evaluate your family emergency plan and update or establish emergency kits. Refresh yourself and family members of established exit routes, contacts, meeting places, etc. after a disaster. If family dynamics have changed, you will need to update the emergency plan. Double check your emergency kits! Add new items and check expiration dates and replace out of date items. Every car should have a kit too. Check out the links below for information and ideas.

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Make A Plan: Individual and Family Plans
Living on Shaky Ground: More than just earthquake and tsunami information, learn how to put together a disaster preparedness plan and create personal, office, family, and car go-kits.
Go-Kit Passport: Keep one in each of your go-kits, prints double sided.
Pocket Emergency Plan: Take your plan with you. 
Tsunami Awareness in Oregon: Are you ready for a tsunami?  Read this brochure to learn about tsunami in Oregon
Jefferson County's "Living with Fire: Wildfire Preparedness Plan"
2014 Calendar with monthly Emergency Preparedness information and ideas
Animals in Disasters: Did you know Oregon has a plan for evacuations of pets and livestock during a disaster?  Take a look at this document for more informaiton about how to help your animals during a disaster.

Build A Kit
What you should have in your go-kit
Just for kids, create your own go-kit.
Video: Building a Basic Emergency Preparedness Kit on a Budget



Oregon Health Authority, Twitter, Facebook
FEMA Android App
FEMA-Are You Ready?
RedCross Apps
MedLine Plus
Citizen Corps
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience
Learn how to do the Oregon Duck, cover, and hold.

Fun With Buzzy:
    Childs Emergency Kit list 
    Coloring Page
    Word Search
    Crossword Puzzle
FEMA for Kids
Ready Kids Activity Book
Tommy Tsunami and Earnie Earthquake from NOAA