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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: .. LIKE US.. FOLLOW US.. VISIT OUR BLOG.. In a major disaster, it might be several days before vital services are restored.. Click on the buttons to the right to find out how you can prepare yourself and your family for an emergency.. You can also learn what to do in response to a  ...   the SF Heroes app!.. PRINT SITE: ENGLISH (PDF).. PRINT SITE: SPANISH (PDF).. PRINT SITE: CHINESE (PDF).. JOIN ALERT SF.. EMAIL THIS SITE TO A FRIEND.. ASK A QUESTION.. CITY EMERGENCY PLAN.. INFECT ME NOT SITE.. OTHER BAY AREA COUNTIES.. MAP YOUR BLOCK PDF.. BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE.. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Durante un desastre mayor, puede tomar varios días la restauración de los servicios de primera necesidad.. La ciudad de San Francisco está expuesta a una amplia variedad de peligros, ya sean naturales o generados por el hombre.. Terremotos, incendios, tormentas severas, apagones y actos de terrorismo son sólo algunas de las emergencias potenciales que podríamos encontrar.. Imagine que usted no cuenta con electricidad, gas, agua ni servicios  ...   servicio de emergencia alguno.. Qué haría usted mientras llega la ayuda?.. Haga click en los botones de la derecha para conocer cómo puede usted prepararse y preparar a su familia para una emergencia.. Usted además puede aprender qué hacer en respuesta a un desastre específico, como un tsunami, sólo por si acaso.. NOW AVAILABLE.. 24/7 text-based.. emergency information to your wireless device.. Join now.. PRINT ENTIRE SITE (PDF)..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: 當遇到發生大災難時, 可能需要等待好幾天才會恢復提供正常的服務。.. 三藩市容易遭到各種天災人禍的襲擊。地震﹑火災﹑嚴重的風暴﹑停電以及恐怖主義行動, 我們是有可能遇到上述幾種緊急的情況。.. 設想一下, 如果您沒有: 電力供應﹑煤氣供應﹑水源供應和電話服務。再設想一下, 所有的商戶都關門, 而您就無法獲得任何緊急的服務。請問, 在援助到來之前, 您會怎麽做?.. 點擊右邊的圖案標誌按鍵, 可以幫助您瞭解如何可以為自己和家人做好災難應變的準備。您也可以學習當遇到特定災難時, 例如遇到發生海嘯應該作何反應, 以防萬一。.. 打印整個網址內容(PDF).. JOIN ALERT SF.. CITY EMERGENCY PLAN.. OTHER BAY AREA COUNTIES..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Make a Plan.. After a major disaster, it is unlikely that emergency response services will be able to immediately respond to everyone s needs, so it s important to be prepared to take care of yourself and your family.. Plan to be on your own for at least the first 72 hours.. The following steps will help you prepare for any emergency:.. Designate an out-of-area contact person.. Try to select someone that is far enough away to not be affected by the same emergency.. Provide this person with the names and contact information of the people you want to keep informed of your situation.. Instruct family members to call this person  ...   , either in a safety deposit box or with someone you trust.. Documents may include: passport, drivers license, social security card, wills, deeds, financial statements, insurance information, marriage license and prescriptions.. Inventory valuables, in writing and with photographs or video.. Keep copies of this information off-site with your other important documents.. Make a.. household/family plan.. Involve all key people in planning.. Make your.. home safe.. Put together a.. disaster supply kit.. Plan to have supplies for yourself and your family for at least 3 days following a disaster.. When planning, consider the special needs.. of.. children.. ,.. seniors or people with disabilities.. , family members that don t speak English and.. pets..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Build a Kit.. After a major disaster the usual services we take for granted, such as running water, refrigeration, and telephones, may be unavailable.. Experts recommend that you should be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least three days.. Store your household disaster kit in an easily accessible location.. Put contents in a large, watertight container (e.. g.. a large plastic garbage can with a lid and wheels) that you can move easily.. Your basic emergency kit should include:.. Water.. one gallon per person per day.. Food.. ready to eat or requiring minimal water.. Manual can opener and other cooking supplies.. Plates, utensils and other feeding supplies.. First Aid kit.. instructions.. A copy of important documents phone numbers.. Warm clothes and rain gear for each family member.. Heavy work gloves.. Disposable camera.. Unscented liquid household bleach and an eyedropper for.. water purification.. Personal hygiene items including toilet paper, feminine supplies, hand sanitizer and soap.. Plastic sheeting, duct tape and utility knife for covering broken windows.. Tools such as a crowbar,  ...   container in case you must evacuate quickly.. Prepare one Go-bag for each family member and make sure each has an I.. D.. tag.. You may not be at home when an emergency strikes so keep some additional supplies in your car and at work, considering what you would need for your immediate safety.. Flashlight.. Radio battery operated.. Batteries.. Whistle.. Dust mask.. Pocket knife.. Emergency cash in small denominations and quarters for phone calls.. Sturdy shoes, a change of clothes, and a warm hat.. Local map.. Some water and food.. Permanent marker, paper and tape.. Photos of family members and pets for re-identification purposes.. List of emergency point-of -contact phone numbers.. List of allergies to any drug (especially antibiotics) or food.. Copy of health insurance and identification cards.. Extra prescription eye glasses, hearing aid or other vital personal items.. Prescription medications and first aid supplies.. Toothbrush and toothpaste.. Extra keys to your house and vehicle.. Don t forget to make a Go-bag for your.. Back to Top.. Emergency Kit.. |.. Go Bag..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Get Involved.. There are numerous ways you can get involved to help San Francisco be better prepared for the next emergency.. In this section you ll find a few suggestions for:.. Training.. Volunteering.. , and other.. Community.. involvement opportunities.. More links are available at the.. Department of Emergency Management.. website..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Household/Family.. Talk with your family about potential disasters and why it's necessary to prepare for them.. Involve each member of your family in the planning process.. By showing them simple steps that can increase their safety, you can help reduce their anxiety about emergencies.. Make sure everyone knows where to find your.. and.. Go-bags.. Have a flashlight and a pair of shoes under everyone s bed in case there is an earthquake during the night.. Use a plastic bag tied to the leg of the bed to keep these items from moving during an earthquake.. Plan where to meet after a disaster if your home becomes unsafe.. Choose  ...   gas tank is always at least half full.. Determine the best escape routes from your home.. Try to identify two escape routes.. Make sure each member knows who your family s out-of-state contact is and instruct them to call this person and tell him/her where they are.. Locate the gas main and other.. utilities.. and make sure family members know when and how to turn them off.. Practice your evacuation routes, Drop, Cover Hold and Stop, Drop Roll drills.. Teach each member of your family how to use a fire extinguisher.. Create emergency response cards for each of your family members.. Take into account the special needs of..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Home Safety.. During a disaster, ordinary objects in your home can cause injury or damage.. However, there are simple steps you can take to make your home safer.. Start by viewing each room with a disaster eye and identify potential hazards bookshelves that could tip over in an earthquake and block exits or heavy objects that could fall and cause injury.. Install smoke detectors on each level of your home and change batteries every 6 months.. Move beds away from windows.. Move mirrors and heavy pictures away from couches or places where people sit.. Clear hallways and exits for easy evacuation.. Store heavy items on the lowest shelves..  ...   and fit all gas appliances with a flexible gas supply line.. Store flammable or highly reactive chemicals (such as bleach, ammonia, paint thinners) securely and separate from each other.. Secure pictures and wall hangings and use restraints to secure heavy items such as bookcases and file cabinets.. Know how and when to switch off your.. Ensure that all window safety bars have emergency releases.. Be sure your home number is visible from the street so emergency vehicles can find you.. Visit the.. Association of Bay Area Governments.. for resources and information on structural and non-structural things you can do to make your home more safe in an earthquake..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Children.. Plan:.. Include your children in family discussions and planning for emergency safety.. Teach your children their basic personal information so they can identify themselves and get help if they become separated from a parent or guardian.. Prepare an emergency card with information for each child, including his/her full name, address, phone number, parent s work number and out of state contact.. Know the policies of the school or daycare center your children attend.. Make plans to have someone pick them up if you are unable to get to them.. Regularly update your child s school with current emergency contact information and persons authorized to pick up your child from school.. Make sure each child knows the family s alternate meeting sites if you are separated in a disaster and  ...   they smell gas after an emergency.. Warn children never to touch wires on poles or lying on the ground.. Role-play with children to help them remain calm in emergencies and to practice basic emergency responses such as evacuation routes, Drop, Cover Hold and Stop, Drop Roll.. Role-play with children as to what they should do if a parent is suddenly sick or injured.. Role-play with children on what to say when calling Emergency 9-1-1.. Kit:.. Include a family picture and a favorite toy, game or book for each child in his/her Go-bag.. Include your child s emergency card and include information on reunification locations and out-of-area contact.. Provide comfort food and treats for each child in your family disaster supplies kit.. Keep a recent photo of your children in your Go-bag..

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  • Title: Are you prepared?
    Descriptive info: Seniors Disabled.. Set up a Personal Support Network.. : Designate someone to check on you in an emergency and to help with evacuation or sheltering-in-place.. Prepare and carry with you an emergency health information card.. : This will help you to communicate if you are found unconscious or incoherent.. Include information about your medications, adaptive equipment, blood type, allergies and sensitivities, insurance numbers, immunization dates, communication difficulties and preferred treatment, as well as contact information for your health providers, personal support network and emergency contacts.. Personal Care Assistance.. : If you receive assistance from a home healthcare agency or in-home support provider, find out how the provider will respond in an emergency.. Designate backup or alternative  ...   as a backup.. For Persons who are Blind or Visually Impaired.. : Keep an extra cane by your bed.. Attach a whistle; in case you need to attract attention.. Exercise caution when moving, paths may have become obstructed.. For Persons who are Hearing Impaired.. : Keep extra batteries for your hearing aids with emergency supplies.. Consider storing your hearing aids in a container attached to your nightstand or bedpost, so you can locate them quickly after a disaster.. For persons with Communication Disabilities.. : Store paper, writing materials, copies of a word or letter board and preprinted key phrases in your emergency kit, your wallet, purse, etc.. Older Adults/Disability Information Line: (415) 626-1033, or.. www.. preparenow.. org..

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