Posted by: Darryl Madden, Director, Ready Campaign
What a year 2011 has been. It’s certainly been one of the most active in terms of disasters, with Americans in almost every state impacted by hazards of all kinds – tornadoes, hurricanes, flooding, winter storms, extreme heat and earthquakes. As 2011 comes to a close and we usher in the new year, why not make a New Year’s resolution that’s easy to keep?
Join us at FEMA and make a resolution to Resolve to be Ready for emergencies in 2012 by taking a few simple steps to prepare your family, home, business, and community for potential disasters.
Administrator Fugate is in on it, too:
As Craig said, take the first step and bookmark Ready.gov on your computer and m.fema.gov on your mobile phone – so when you get a free minute this holiday season, you can learn how to get your home, family or business ready in the New Year.
If you’re joining us in getting prepared in 2012, leave a comment below and share what you’ve been doing to get ready.