Did you know last week, April 22 to April 28 was
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week? Take
time to prepare yourself, your family, and your business for a
future disaster. Be sure to think about the importance of planning
and practicing how and where to take shelter before severe weather,
such as tornadoes and severe thunderstorms, strike.
Your coworkers, friends, and neighbors are more likely to
prepare for the various weather hazards that frequently impact your
region when they see those around them prepare, so inspire them to
act by being an example yourself. Visit the following website to
begin your preparations: http://www.ready.gov/severeweather
Then follow these steps:
- Be Informed
- Make a Plan
- Build a Kit
- Get Involved
When you are aware of danger, take action and then tell those
around you what you've done to get them to take the same steps.
We're all in this together.
For more information please contact Dennis V. Rose, Director of
Continuity / Disaster Recovery at 512-652-7731 or email@example.com.