Do you know and understand the difference between Weather Watches and Weather Warnings? It is important that you know the difference to keep yourself safe. To learn the difference click the link.
April 17-21 is Wisconsin’s Tornado & Severe Weather Awareness Week. On April 20th, a mock tornado watch will be issued at 1:00 p.m. followed by a statewide mock tornado warning at 1:45 p.m. and 6:45 p.m. Learn more about it here.
Natural disasters and other emergencies can happen at any time, and when they happen at school, everyone should be prepared to handle them safely and effectively. Administrators, teachers, staff, parents and students can work together to promote and maintain school-wide safety and minimize the effects of emergencies and other dangerous situations. Click the link to learn about different ways everyone in the school community can prepare for various natural disasters and other emergencies to stay safe.
Learn more about the Lake Michigan Ice Rescue exercise held on March 2, 2017.
When spring hits, whether it’s “official” or feels like spring, many of us are eager to get out of the office and into the fresh air. However, too much rain or thawing snow after a long winter from mountains can bring severe flooding. Floods are the most common and costly natural disaster in the United States.
With so much personal information being available online, businesses and individuals alike need to ensure their online activity is safe from prospective cyber threats. Learn more about protecting yourself from the technological dangers of our world today.
Whether you are a student, teacher, or simply an interested citizen, there are emergency management simulation games online that can teach you how to deal with various types of disasters. Click here to gain access to these fun and free interactive games!
Learn more about the importance of quick and trustworthy systems alerts from FEMA that will keep you and your family safe in the case of an emergency.
Is your home or business protected through the use of smoke detectors? Have you replaced those smoke detectors in the last 10 years? Learn more about fire safety and prevention.