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Home & Family Safety
Animal Companion Emergency Advice
In the event of a disaster, if you must evacuate, the most important thing you can do to protect your pets is to evacuate them, too.
Carbon Monoxide Safety Information
Find important information regarding carbon monoxide.
Disaster Supply Kit
Every home should have disaster supplies on hand.
Evacuating to a Red Cross Shelter
The American Red Cross wants you to know what to do if a hurricane, flood, chemical emergency, or other disaster threatens and you need to leave your home or campground in a hurry.
Read about life-saving advice for flood situations.
Hazardous Materials Accidents
Hazardous materials are chemical substances, which if released or misused can pose a threat to the environment or health.
Heat can affect anyone, but most at risk are young children and the elderly.
Learn about what to do during a hurricane watch or hurricane warning.
Mold & Mildew Cleanup (PDF)
Take care of yourself during a cleanup.
Portable Generator Safety Tips (PDF)
Portable home electric generators can provide peace of mind in the event that there is a loss of power.
Prepare for terrorist attacks by adapting many of the same techniques used by us to prepare for other crises.
Find advice on preparing yourself and your family before lightening strikes and what to do during a storm.
Advance planning and a quick response are the keys to surviving a tornado.
Find advice on preparing ahead of time for heavy snow, blizzard, freezing rain, ice, or sleet.