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November 25, 2015

Now Available: Social Media Toolkits

The Ready Campaign and Americas PrepareAthon! have just released two social media toolkits to help you prepare your communities for winter weather and the holiday season. Each toolkit includes safety and preparedness messaging and graphics you can share on your social media channels. You can copy the messages directly or customize them for your communities.

Download the Winter Weather Social Media Toolkit and the Holiday & Travel Safety Social Media Toolkit today!

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Winter Care for Older Adults

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Winter is an important time to check on older adult family members, friends, and neighbors to ensure they stay safe throughout the season. In addition to colder temperatures and snow, winter weather can bring an increased risk of health problems and injuries to older adults.

The Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness offers tips to consider when helping older adults this winter:

  • Falls are a concern for everyone, especially for older adults. Putting road salt, cat litter, or sand on sidewalks, steps, and driveways will make these areas as slip-free as possible. Non-slip shoes are also a great way to help older adults navigate slippery conditions.
  • Cold temperatures make older adults susceptible to hypothermia, a dangerous drop in body temperature. Learn the warning signs of this weather related illness and how to prevent it.
  • Shoveling can put too much strain on the heart. Older adults, especially those with heart disease or high blood pressure, should leave snow shoveling to others.

If you do not live near your older adult family members, it may be helpful to create a plan about how youll connect with them during an emergency. Download and complete the Family Emergency Communication Plan from Americas PrepareAthon! and share it with your family today.

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Shop Safe on Cyber Monday

Online shopping has become the preferred purchasing method for customers who want to avoid in-store crowds during the holidays. While the Internet offers convenience, it also gives hackers the chance to access the personal and financial information of unsuspecting shoppers.

Dont let the ease of online shopping ruin your Cyber Monday activities on November 30. The Department of Homeland Security offers tips to stay safe while shopping online, including:

  • Use secure websites for purchases;
  • Shop with companies you know and trust;
  • Keep personal information private and passwords secure; and
  • Use anti-virus software, a firewall, and anti-spyware software.

Cyber security is a shared responsibility. Visit the DHS Stop.Think.Connect. website for more ways to make using the Internet a safer experience this gift-giving season and throughout the year.

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Reminder: Keeping CERT Volunteers Active and Engaged Webinar

The FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Division is pleased to invite you to a webinar on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 that will feature several local programs that have developed creative ideas and practices for keeping CERT volunteers engaged and involved, including supporting non-emergency events in their communities.

Title: Keeping CERT Volunteers Active and Engaged

Date: Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Time:  3:00 - 4:30 p.m. (ET)

This webinar will feature guest speakers from CERT programs in:

  • Irvine, CA
  • Manchester, CT
  • Phoenix, AZ

How to Join the Webinar:

We hope that you will be able to join us on December 1! If you cant make it, we will post the recording, transcript, and slide deck of the presentation on this page, under CERT: http://www.ready.gov/preparedness-leader/webinar-library. You can also view our most recent CERT webinar, Local Partnerships between the American Red Cross and CERT at: https://icpd.adobeconnect.com/p83f8xfurpl/.

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Reminder: Citizen Corps and CERT Information Deadline

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has improved the online Citizen Corps/CERT Registration System and needs you to update your information by Friday, December 4. This will help FEMA provide you with better support. You can use this link to log into the system. A slide presentation is also available to help guide you through the update process.

There are several reasons to update your programs information:

  • You will soon be able use the registration system to generate a printable report that will feature your specific programs information. If your information in your profile is up-to-date, the information in your individual program report will be, too. 
  • We use this information to develop reports, presentations, and talking points to promote Citizen Corps and CERT to internal and external stakeholders. The numbers that we use are far more effective and reliable when more programs update their information.
  • We have begun sharing some CERT registration data through Open FEMA. Please help us to ensure that this information is accurate.
  • By updating your information, you ensure that your programs information is accounted for in the National Preparedness Report.
  • When members of the public and other stakeholders look up your programs online, much of the information you provide through the system is visible on your public-facing online profile.

We value all of the information that you provide, but the following data points are of the highest priority for the December 4 deadline:

  • Number of Volunteer Service Hours (Citizen Corps and CERT)
  • Number of Volunteers (Citizen Corps only)
  • Number of Individuals Who Have Completed CERT Basic Training Since Start of Program
  • Average Annual Deliveries of the CERT Basic Training
  • CERT Classes Graduated Since Start of Program
  • Citizen Corps Council Membership
  • CERT Response Activities 

If you have any questions, please direct them to your state point of contact. If they are unable to resolve your request, you can also contact us at citizencorps@fema.dhs.gov or cert@fema.dhs.gov.

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Tis the Season: Preparing for a Winter Storm and the Holidays Webinar

Are you prepared for the holidays? The Federal Emergency Management Agency is pleased to invite you to join a webinar on how to prepare for winter weather and discuss holiday preparedness safety tips. 

Title: Tis the Season: Preparing for a Winter Storm and the Holidays

Date: Thursday, December 10, 2015

Time:  2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (ET)

Speakers:                                                  

  • Matthew Lyttle, from the FEMA Individual and Community Preparedness Division, will discuss Americas PrepareAthon! and ways to prepare for a winter storm.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service will present on the winter seasonal outlook, El Nio and Winter Weather Safety Campaign.
  • Judy Comoletti, from the National Fire Protection Association, will present on holiday safety and the risk of Christmas tree and cooking fires.
  • Sandy Facinoli, from the FEMA U.S. Fire Administration, will present on holiday safety, the risk of electrical and candle fires, and the danger of New Years fireworks. 

How to Join the Webinar:

We hope that you will be able to join us on December 10!

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Disclaimer: The reader recognizes that the federal government provides links and informational data on various disaster preparedness resources and events and does not endorse any non-federal events, entities, organizations, services or products. Please let us know about other events and services for individual and community preparedness that could be included in future newsletters by contacting citizencorps@fema.dhs.gov.