Natural Disaster and Weather-Related Preparedness. What to Plan For.
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What to Plan For
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Schools need to develop a good tornado safety plan tailored to building design and ability to move people.
Path of destruction can be more than one mile wide and 50 miles long and can devastate a neighborhood in seconds.
You may have little warning, so preparation and planning are key to reducing injuries.
Who is responsible for activating the plan? Is there a back-up person?
What is/are the primary means of receiving severe weather information? NOAA Weather Radio with an alert feature is recommended!
What method employed to alert teachers and students? Is there a back-up that does not require electricity?
Let’s Look At What’s in Your Plans ….