- Developing a Family Disaster Plan to prepare your family for a disaster or emergency.
- What steps should be taken to prepare for natural hazards that can occur in New England.
Information and resources for preparing your business to survive a disaster or emergency:
FEMA's www.ready.gov/business website has a variety of free resources for business before, during and after a disaster including some business continuity tools. FEMA also has a free online independent study course: IS-394.a Protecting Your Home or Small Business From Disaster that businesses may benefit from taking
MEMA works closely with NorthEast Disaster Recovery Information X-Change (NEDRIX), which is a non-profit organization, that provides continuity and crisis management professionals access to real time governmental agencies information during a crisis or event. NEDRIX also provide industry best practices and an opportunity to meet and share ideas and experiences with peers through conferences and symposiums held throughout the year. NEDRIX is free to join and also has information on their website: www.nedrix.com.
- Steps necessary to notify and protect your community from the threat of terrorism.