Disaster Preparedness

Hurricanes, tornadoes, blizzards — natural disasters are inevitable. The key is being prepared. Having solid emergency plans can literally mean the difference between life and death. Let our disaster preparedness tips and emergency readiness tips help you keep your family safer.

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Establishing a Disaster Recovery Plan for Small Business

What if disaster hits tomorrow? Next week?

Brownout vs. Blackout: What to do when the power goes out

Ah, summer. Longer days, family vacations, warmer weather — who doesn’t love summer living?

Celebrate July 4th with these Fireworks Safety Tips

Have fun and celebrate Independence Day with your family and friends! Just remember… fireworks can be dangerous, causing serious injuries.

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What to Do If the Lights Go Out This Winter

 Are you prepared for Old Man Winter? Do you know what to do in the event of a power outage?

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Snow is Coming – Don’t Get Caught Unprepared

Don’t get caught unprepared for this year’s snow storms! Winter is imminent, and the sooner you prepare, the better equipped you can be for the harsh cold that’s to come.

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Staying Safe (and Sane!) on Black Friday

Time of Arrival Some people camp outside the mall the night before Black Friday. This means they’ll finish Thanksgiving dinner, grab sleeping bags, and set themselves up as legally close as they can to a store’s entrance.

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Tips for a Fun and Safe Halloween

Halloween is a very exciting time for kids. Can you blame them?

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Surviving Days-Long Power Outages

After Hurricane Sandy blew through the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast causing millions of power outages, what do you do now that the power is out? The first place to start is to contact your local utility company.

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Preparing for Extreme Weather Events Beforehand

If the lights go out, will you be ready? Have you done everything possible beforehand to assure your safety while your local utility company works to restore power?

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