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5. Talk to your household about hurricane issues. Create a household disaster plan. Plan to meet at a place away from your residence in case you are separated. Choose an out-of-town contact for everyone to call to say they are safe. 6. Determine the needs of your household members who may live elsewhere but need your help in a hurricane. Consider the special needs of neighbors, such as people that are disabled or those with limited sight or vision problems. 11. Be sure trees and shrubs around your home are well trimmed.
If instructed, turn off utilities at the main switches or valves. Disconnect 8. See the “Evacuation” chapter for important information. FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY 32 ARE YOU READY? What to do after a flood 1. Avoid floodwaters. The water may be contaminated by oil, gasoline or raw sewage. The water may also be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines. 2. Avoid moving water. Moving water only six inches deep can sweep you off your feet. 3. Be aware of areas where floodwaters have receded.
Cordless and cellular telephones are safe to use. • Unplug appliances and other electrical items such as computers and turn off air conditioners. Power surges from lightning can cause serious damage. • Use your battery operated NOAA Weather Radio for updates from local officials. 2. If outside, with no time to reach a safe location, follow these recommenations: • In a forest, seek shelter in a low area under a thick growth of small trees. • In open areas, go to a low place such as a ravine or valley.
Are You Ready, An In-Depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness (2003) by Joe M. Allbaugh