Survival Insights and DHS Partner for NPM
Date: Saturday, September 01 @ 10:17:52 PDT

Survival Insights is proud to support and participate with the US Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) on-going Ready Campaign and National Preparedness Month (NPM)

Natural disasters have become all too common in recent years and their frequency, fury and destructiveness continues to escalate. Communities are waking up to new scenarios and levels of destruction never seen before.

With education, awareness, preparedness and working together we can help minimize the risk, prevent destruction and protect lives.

The NPM goal is to encourage individuals, businesses and communities to take action to increase their level of awareness and basic preparedness for crisis and emergencies, including natural disasters and potential terrorism threats.

The NPM is an opportunity for cooperation between government, communities, the private sector and individuals to work together, learn what resources are available now and to begin planning and implementing programs to safeguard and protect lives and property in any emergency situation.

For the first time, National Preparedness Month is focusing on different areas of emergency preparedness as follows:

September 1-8: Back-to-School (Ready Kids)
September 9-15: Business preparedness(Ready Business)
September 16-22: Multicultural preparedness(Listo)
September 23-30: Home and family preparedness, including pets,
older Americans and individuals with disabilities and special needs (Ready America)

Learn what is going on during National Preparedness Month. Read the Calendar of NPM Events in your state Click Here

Additional Ready resources can be found at:

Survival Insights is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and trust between government, businesses and communities, encouraging individual confidence and contributing to the continuing building of relationships with all public and private sectors.

Survival Insights provides resources, tools and specific information, encouraging individuals, families, businesses and communities to act now, learn and promote preparedness, and help the development of emergency programs in their businesses and communities, to reduce the risk and protect lives.

You can find more information and specific business and individual preparedness topics online Click Here

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