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DISASTER KIT Does your family know how to put together a Survival Kit? All our families should have a Survival Kit in their homessurvival1

FEMA -Independent Study Courses, Emergency Management courses

FLOOD INSURANCE No matter where you live within the State of Hawaii, we are all in a Flood Zone-It’s just that some of us are high probability flood zone area, some are in low probability flood zone area while others are in an undetermined flood zone area. To verify what flood zone area you live or work in, check out this website. “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”

Screenshot (2)HANDBOOKS HomeownersHandbook-version-3.2The Homeowners Handbook provides useful tips regarding readiness for natural hazards that may affect Hawaii.

HAWAII HURRICANE SHELTERS Note: County emergency management officials will decide which shelters to open in the event of a hurricane or other disaster. You should locate the shelters in your area, but check news reports to verify that the shelters are open before leaving home.

MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD OVERVIEW- 

The Map Your Neighborhood program guides you and your neighbors through simple steps to help enhance your preparedness for an emergency.  If you have made the decision to start, Map Your Neighborhood, you may access the YouTube videos at either of these links MYN Program Videos    MYN Video Playlist 

mythsMYTHS –Common Myths and Reasons to Prepare

 

PHONE APS FOR EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESSphoneaps

VIDEOS

hharplogoMililaniDPT HHARP class videos – The aim of the Hawaii Hazards Awareness and Resilience Program (HHARP) is to help communities prepare to be self-reliant during and after natural hazard events, improve their ability to take care of their own needs, and reduce the negative impacts of disasters. The Mililani Disaster Preparedness Team is actively involved in HHARP classes that will benefit the community. If you would like to follow along with the classes, click the link to watch the videos.

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