Emergency Management

Preparedness

Includes developing plans for what to do, where to go, or who to call for help before an event occurs; actions that will improve your chances of successfully dealing with an emergency. For instance, posting emergency telephone numbers, holding disaster drills, and installing smoke detectors are all preparedness measures. Other examples include identifying where you would be able to shelter your animals in a disaster. You should also consider preparing a disaster kit with essential supplies for your family and animals.

Indiana Department of Homeland Security

Get Prepared

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Ready.gov

Basic Preparedness

Developing & Managing Emergency Operations Plan

Earthquake Preparedness

Central US Earthquake Consortium

COOP (Continuity of Operations Plans)

IDHS-COOP/COG Considerations

FEMA-COOP Division

FEMA-COOP Video Training

EDEN-Extension Disaster Education Network

http://eden.lsu.edu/Pages/default.aspx