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'Tis the Season for Preparedness

December 9, 2015

LA County PrepareAthon! Helps Diverse Communities Prepare

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Los Angeles County, CA overcame language barriers to help diverse communities prepare for disasters. Find out what the county did to reach 10 million residents. Read their story!

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Winterize Your Vehicle

Winterize your car

You may have prepared your home for winter weather; now its time to prepare your car. Seasonal changes also mean changes to your emergency supply kit.

Americas PrepareAthon! encourages you to update your vehicles emergency kit with several items, including:

  • A shovel;
  • Jumper cables;
  • A bag of sand or cat litter; and
  • Warm clothes. 

Avoid many dangerous winter travel problems by planning ahead. Before you hit the road, have a mechanic check items on your vehicle, including:

  • Antifreeze levels ensure they are sufficient to avoid freezing;
  • Battery and ignition system terminal should be clean;
  • Brakes check for wear and fluid level; and
  • Tires make sure they have adequate tread.

For more ways to prepare your car for winter weather, check out the How to Prepare for a Winter Storm guide from Americas PrepareAthon!

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National Weather Service Fog Safety Campaign

The National Weather Service (NWS) released new information to raise awareness about fog safety. According to NWS, fog contributes to numerous travel accidents each year because it restricts drivers visibility.

When necessary, NWS issues two types of fog advisories. Visit the NWS website to learn more about these advisories and how they can impact you.

If you must drive in foggy conditions, follow these tips from NWS: 

  • Slow down and allow extra time to reach your destination;
  • Leave plenty of distance between you and the vehicle in front of you to account for sudden stops or changes in the traffic pattern; and
  • Always keep your low-beam headlights on, even during the day. Use fog lights if you have them.

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Upcoming Preparedness Events

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)


  • Matthew Lyttle, 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, National Fire Protection Association, will present on holiday safety and the risk of Christmas tree and cooking fires.
  • Sandy Facinoli, FEMA U.S. Fire Administration, will present on holiday safety, the risk of electrical and candle fires, and the danger of New Years fireworks.

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Tools for Creating Campus Resilience Webinar

FEMAs Emergency Management Institute, in partnership with the Department of Homeland Securitys (DHS) Office Academic Engagement, FEMA Region VII, and the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) will host a webinar to discuss the DHS ReadyCampus program. This student-centered program brings together many organizations to teach general preparedness to students and staff, and USFAs Campus Fire Safety Program.

Title: Tools for Creating Campus Resilience

Date:  Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Time:  1:30 2:30 p.m. (ET)

How to Join the Webinar:  

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