Be Prepared for Emergencies
Be Prepared for an Emergency
A family emergency and communications plan will help family members know what to do during an emergency if they are separated from each other. Planning ahead and communicating about emergency exits, safe meeting places and evacuation routes can help to ensure that families remain safe and can locate each other in an emergency.
May is Emergency Preparedness Month!
Here are some reminders to make sure your family is always prepared in the event of an emergency.
Know your neighbours: Introduce yourself to your neighbours! Exchange contact information and keep and eye out for each other.
Prepare emergency kits: Make an emergency kit for yourself, your family, and/or your pets. It is best to be prepared a minimum of 72 hours.
Focus on wellness: You matter and wellness matters. Stay healthy, stay connected. Reach out for help if you need it. Call FCSS at 403-652-8620
Family and Home Preparedness
- Family Emergency and Communications Plan (PDF)
- Family Emergency Kits (PDF)
- Famly Pet Emergency Information (PDF)
- Preparing Your Home in case of Flooding (PDF)
- Evacuation and Shelter in Place (PDF)
- Types of Emergencies in Alberta (PDF)
- Preparing Your Business in case of Flooding (PDF)