COMMUNICATION

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You'll need to COMMUNICATE with loved ones, get information, and maybe call for help.


Finding out what's going on - and what you should do - will be critical.  Connecting with family and friends will be a top priority too.  You may also need to call emergency services for help.  How will you do this if the power is out and phone lines are overwhelmed or damaged?

FACT SHEETS provide information about:

  • Getting information from credible sources
  • Advantages and disadvantages of using mobile, land line, and public pay phones
  • Communicating with "walkie-talkie", "ham" and CB radios
  • Simple audio and visual signals to call for help when all else fails

 

ACTION PLAN worksheets help you:

  • Put together a family communication plan, in case phone lines are down
  • Sign up to receive "reverse 911" emergency alerts, where available

 

PROJECTS teach you how to:

  • Effectively signal with a mirror

Essential Topics

  • COMMUNICATION
    COMMUNICATION
  • COOKING
    COOKING
  • EMERGENCY KIT
    EMERGENCY KIT
  • FIRST AID
    FIRST AID
  • FOOD
    FOOD
  • FUEL
    FUEL
  • HEAT
    HEAT
  • LIGHT
    LIGHT
  • SANITATION
    SANITATION
  • SHELTER
    SHELTER
  • WATER
    WATER
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