Emergency Personal Preparedness

Do members of your family know the safest and most dangerous places in your home during a disaster or an emergency? Do they know where to meet if they’re separated? Do they know how to report their physical conditions and whereabouts? Emergencies and disasters can strike quickly and without warning. In this session you will receive expert advice on how to prepare and respond in the event of an emergency or a disaster. You can cope with a disaster by preparing in advance. The safety and well being of your loved ones is important, so take the time NOW to learn how to develop a family emergency plan, prepare emergency supplies and other valuable information to help you during an emergency and the recovery process.


Presented by The Department of Police Services
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. (May end earlier)
Department of Police Services, Darby Ave. & Prairie St., Training Room (2nd floor)

If you have additional questions about the class, please contact Kit Espinosa, Emergency Management & Preparedness Coordinator, at (818) 677-5973 or email: kit.espinosa@csun.edu
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