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Are you Ready, Ohio? There are certain actions that should be taken before, during and after an event that are unique to each hazard or incident. Your local emergency management office can help identify the hazards in your area and outline the local plans and recommendations for each. Hard the hazard-specific information with family members and include pertinent materials in your family disaster plan.
Get Ready, Ohio! Make a disaster plan. Build a disaster supplies kit. Get involved - find opportunities to support community preparedness. And, be informed - know what to do before, during an after an emergency or disaster.
Being Ready is ensuring that everyone is prepared to respond to, recover from and rebuild from any major incident - whether itís a catastrophic tornado or flood, an influenza pandemic, or an extended power outage. Being Ready is ensuring that your homes and businesses have disaster plans. Being Ready is practicing safety drills. Being Ready is being prepared.