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What can you do in an emergency to stay safe?
Before, during and after an emergency
You should be prepared to take care of yourself and those in your household for at least 72 hours. This allows first responders to manage the crisis and help those who need it most.
Being prepared means you know what to do, where to go and you have supplies to properly respond to emergencies. By taking simple steps to be more prepared, you can keep yourself safe and get back to your life and work sooner.
One of the most important steps of emergency preparedness is knowing what hazards you need to prepare for. In the Sturgeon region, we can experience blizzards, tornadoes, wildfires, chemical spills, power outages and much more.
These hazards can have a significant impact on you and the community. Understand the risks and take steps today to lessen the impacts of these emergencies when they occur.