SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH
Today is the last day of the month and in the coming weeks, we will be sharing tips that align with the weekly preparedness themes outlined on Ready.gov. In each of the weeks to come, Ready.gov will recommend many tips to implement in your preparedness planning. Which is great! However, this can quickly become overwhelming.
Instead, we recommend visiting Ready.gov and take a look at the list of things to do and make one achievable goal to accomplish in each week. In week one, which runs from September 1st through 8th, they are promoting the Make and Practice Your Plan theme. In this week, you might choose to discuss emergency preparedness over dinner or maybe you choose to sign up for alerts and warnings.
If you can do more, by all means do, we simply recognize that you are likely busy. So, make your goals doable and achievable. Each step you take will bring you closer to being fully prepared for the next interruption. Keep in mind, there is no requirement that these efforts be accomplished in September. You can continue to build your plans over the coming months and year.
Of course, if you feel that you can and should take on all that is listed, we certainly wouldn't detour you from those efforts. Good luck in the coming weeks and we would love to hear back from you on the efforts you made.
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In light of National Preparedness Month, we are offering a special promotion for an educational seminar, response plan development, tabletop exercise or drill to organizations that would like HT2 to develop, deliver and/or lead a session. For those of you that are residential recipients of these tips, you are welcome to schedule a home safety consultation. You must book your 1-selected service by the end of September to be eligible for the 10% promotional reduction and your offices or residence must be located in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan area.
If you can't commit at this time consider reaching out later. Should you need further assistance or want additional resources, please contact us. To learn more about preparedness measures or to schedule a presentation, safety walk, tabletop exercise, home consultation or general consultation with HT2, please Click Here!