Second webinar in FEMA's Community Preparedness Series starts December 14 at 2pm EST
FEMA's second webinar in the Community Preparedness Webinar Series begins December 14.
The webinar series provides up-to-date information on community preparedness topics and resources available to citizens, community organizations, and Citizen Corps Councils. This LIVE webinar is scheduled for Monday, December 14th at 2pm EST and will provide information on the Resolve to Be Ready 2010 campaign hosted by FEMA. It will feature a presentation followed by a question and answer period.
LIVE Webinar: Resolve to Be Ready - Dec 14 @ 2pm ET
The New Year is fast approaching and for the sixth year the Ready Campaign is encouraging Americans to Resolve to be Ready by making a New Year's resolution to get prepared for emergencies. While nearly 50 percent of Americans make New Year's Eve resolutions, very few manage to keep them.
FEMA would like to make an emergency preparedness resolution easy to keep by providing the tools and resources needed to take the three important steps: get a kit, make a plan and be informed about the different types of emergencies that can happen in your area and their appropriate responses. To help assist you in your outreach, FEMA has created this webinar and a toolkit with helpful resources to promote Resolve to be Ready 2010 to your stakeholders.
The Community Preparedness Webinar Series features new community preparedness topics several times each month and is free to the public. Registration is not required to attend. Each webinar will accommodate the first 500 visitors that enter the website at the time of the webinar. In addition to airing live, the webinar will be recorded and viewable after it completes at your convenience.
If you need special accommodations or require additional assistance to view or listen to this webinar, email at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 5pm EST on Friday, December 11 to receive additional resources so you may participate.
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