Thursday, September 11, 2008

Natural Disasters - Part Two - Flood Preparedness Guide

One of the best ways to keep from becoming a victim of a natural disaster is to be aware of the steps you need to take before, during and after the disaster has occurred. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has one of the best guides for being prepared for a flood and the hazards associated with flooding. It is informative, concise and covers all the areas of preparedness involving floods and flooding hazards.

This free guide is available for download here:

Floods are one of the primary disasters that can affect people everywhere and it is essential that you familiarize yourself with the risks associated with flooding and take the necessary steps to be prepared.

You can get additional information about floods here:

Natural Disasters-Part One-Floods

Staying above the water line!



Marie said...

That Kansas link is great-- it reminds me that I need to get the documents thing together, because I would probably remember food, water, etc. in an emergency, but I wouldn't necessarily be thinking "paperwork".
Ike's looking pretty nasty--our thoughts are with everyone in Texas--stay safe!

riverwalker said...

To: marie

I'm on 24/7 call right now for work because of Ike. All my ducks are in a row and I'm ready as I can be be. Thanks for your concern!

That was the best link for concise and relevant info I could find on the net - and there's a lot out there!


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