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Disasters strike anytime and anywhere. It takes many forms – a tornado, flood, winter storm, fire, a hazardous spill or acts of terrorism. To prepare for these disasters, emergency management can be defined as the coordination and integration of all activities necessary to build, sustain, and improve the capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from or mitigate against threatened or actual natural disasters, acts of terrorism, or other manmade disasters.

Indoor Winter SafetyAs the winter months arrive, and people begin spending more time indoors, indoor air quality becomes a greater health concern - especially for children and people with health concerns.The hazards can range from deadly carbon monoxideSome of the more important health hazards associated with indoor air quality are the potential for extended exposure to lead, asbestos or other types of environmental hazards in a home - especially during renovation and remodeling activities.
Wednesday - Winter Home and Fire SafetyIn the winter months, our heating, lighting, cooking, and holiday activities increase dramatically — and with them, the risk of residential fires. The information below provides facts and tips about the threat of home fires and how to avoid them.
Tuesday – Outdoor Winter SafetyGENERAL PREPAREDNESS AND SAFETY¨  Make a plan. Winter weather can have unpredictable consequences. What will you and your family do if you’re separated during an unplanned event, like a blizzard or a power outage?

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