Make a plan or print various kits.
- FEMA Are You Ready? An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness
A booklet to help you get informed about local emergency plans, identify hazards that affect your local area, and develop and maintain an emergency communications plan and disaster supplies kit.
- Natural Disasters
Floods, cold weather, extreme heat and wildfires all occur periodically in Minnesota.
Bioterrorism basics, diseases that may be used to cause harm, and information for health professionals including infection control, laboratory testing, surveillance systems.
- Infectious Diseases and Conditions A to Z
Some infectious diseases can cause widespread emergencies.
- Food Safety in Emergencies
Did you know that a flood, fire, national disaster, or the loss of power from high winds, snow, or ice could jeopardize the safety of your food? Knowing how to determine if food is safe and how to keep food safe will help minimize the potential loss of food and reduce the risk of foodborne illness.
- Drinking Water Safety in Emergencies
Following natural disasters and other types of emergencies, drinking water in affected areas may become contaminated and cause outbreaks of disease. Problems with sanitation, including lack of water, toilet facilities, or damaged water wells can also increase the likelihood of waterborne disease.
- Radiological Emergencies
What to do in the event of a radiologic emergency, and a link to the radiation control program.
SeniorLiving.org: Disaster Preparedness Guide for Seniors and Caregivers
Disaster preparedness steps specifically for seniors.