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Preparing for National Preparedness Month?

View from a beach as storm clouds approach land.

National Preparedness Month is sponsored by FEMA and happens every September. It’s an opportunity to remember both within the emergency response community and beyond, that natural and man-made disasters happen and we must be prepared for them.

Over the years, Veoci has covered a variety of topics related to preparing for critical events. As we get ready to enter into September, revisit some blogs related to preparedness.

Get ready. Put together. Develop. Arrange.

No matter how you say it, it’s time to prepare for National Preparedness Month. Take a dive into Veoci’s preparedness-related blogs.

  • Every year, businesses, governments, colleges and universities, hospitals, and other organizations along the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Coast prepare for the inevitable arrival of storms and hurricanes, doing everything possible to minimize their impact. Read more about preparing for hurricanes. https://veoci.com/blog/start-hurricane-season-2018
  • We all love our furry friends, but it can be easy to overlook their safety in times of crisis. Sometimes we aren’t even prepared ourselves, let alone prepared for our pets. Fortunately, there are some basic steps you can follow to ensure your pet’s safety during an emergency. https://veoci.com/blog/emergency-safety-tips-for-pet-owners
  • A community with public evacuation plans is a more resilient one. Municipalities around the country should put their plans within their arm’s reach of their community to bolster preparedness and ensure a smooth evacuation when a disaster strikes. https://veoci.com/blog/evacuation-plans

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