National Preparedness Month is a time to prepare yourself, your family and your business for potential emergencies and disasters, both big and small. Emergencies happen, and they can happen without warning, and you need to have a plan in place to help keep you safe.
These helpful tips, how-to guides and advice can assist you in preparation for all types of unseen events. From major catastrophes like earthquakes and hurricanes, to keeping your employees healthy and flu-free, to preparing your home for winter and learning how to use a fire extinguisher properly, all the information you need to stay prepared is right here.
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