Based on all of the natural and man-made disasters that have been taking place lately, it seems particularly fitting that September is National Preparedness Month.
Here is a sampling of significant world events over just the past seven days, in case you aren’t convinced that it is worth your time to prepare for disaster: (By the way…my run-in with Felix the Cat isn’t even listed.
The RJWestmore Online Training System provides emergency preparedness to tenants of high rise commercial buildings across the country. Over the years, we have devoted 169 RJ the Firedog blog posts to the topic of disaster preparation.

This year marks the ninth annual National Preparedness Month, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the U.S. Disasters of all kinds occur virtually everywhere, every second of every hour of every day.
Online modules such as fire, earthquakes and bomb threats equip building occupants so they know how to quickly and safely respond to virtually any disaster…be it manmade or natural.
If you would like to check out up-to-the minute disasters, you can download apps for your phone or mobile device, or check out free online resources from the CDC, FEMA and Ready.Gov.

To receive free monthly preparedness tips from FEMA, text PREPARE to 43362.  More important than learning about every single disaster is to prepare for any and every kind of disaster.

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